April 8, 2016

Major Changes Coming to Civic Center Transit Center

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Construction to expand and enhance the Civic Center Transit Center in downtown St. Louis is scheduled to begin later this month.

To accommodate construction crews, all MetroBus routes serving the Civic Center Transit Center will be relocated starting Monday, April 18, to 18th Street and Clark Avenue near the Union Station MetroLink Station.

More: View updated MetroBus schedules and maps for the routes affected by this change.

Passengers will need to access their MetroBus routes at designated locations on 18th Street or Clark Avenue for the duration of the construction project, which is scheduled to take up to 18 months. The Civic Center MetroLink Station will remain open during construction.

New shelters, benches and signage have been installed near Union Station to better serve passengers. Eighteen MetroBus routes will be relocated from the Civic Center Transit Center. View the map below to see where you’ll board your MetroBus route.

MAP-Civic_WEBWhile the Civic Center MetroLink Station will remain open during construction, temporary closures may be necessary during the project. Advance notice will be provided if temporary closures are required.

Serving downtown St. Louis at 14th and Spruce Streets, the Civic Center Transit Center is one of Metro’s busiest transit hubs. This construction project will expand and enhance the existing transit center, allowing it to accommodate more buses and provide passengers with new amenities and features, including public restrooms, an indoor waiting area, concessions, digital arrival-time boards and a Metro Public Safety substation.


6 thoughts on “Major Changes Coming to Civic Center Transit Center”

  1. Steve S says:

    When will individual bus reroutes be posted on the website? Route PDFs show current routes and turn lists.

    1. Matthew Hibbard says:

      Steve, we’ve gone ahead and updated the blog to include updated schedules and maps for the routes affected by this change.

  2. Patrick D. Richmpond says:

    The construction workers had better not be smoking on the job. Cigarettes are bad for you. And they had better not be standing around looking at the girls on the platform. They have a job to do which is to work on the bus bays and they are expected to to just that and nothing else.

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