Shrewsbury–Lansdowne I-44 (St. Louis MetroLink)
|Address||7201 Lansdowne Ave
St. Louis, Missouri 63119
|Parking||800 park and ride spaces (25 long-term)|
|Opened||August 26, 2006|
|Owned by||Bi-State Development Agency dba Metro|
|Passengers (FY2007)||2,362 daily 0%|
The Shrewsbury–Lansdowne I-44 St. Louis MetroLink station is located on Lansdowne Ave at River Des Peres Boulevard in Shrewsbury and St. Louis, Missouri, near Interstate 44. The city limits line between the two communities runs through the station and parking facilities. It opened August 26, 2006 along with the rest of the Cross-County Extension.
There are 800 free surface commuter parking spaces available at this station.
- 11 Chippewa
- 16 City Limits
- 17 Oakville
- 21 Watson Rd
- 30 Soulard
- 46 Tesson Ferry
- 56 Kirkwood-Webster
- 210 Fenton-Gravois Bluffs
The platform at this station is designed to accommodate a future extension of the line, either via the River des Peres to the southeast or more southerly toward South County Center ; however, current studies are focusing on routes within the city of St. Louis that would not connect to this station. The project is called the MetroSouth Corridor.
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