St. Louis Bus Rapid Transit

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St. Louis Bus Rapid Transit
Locale Greater St. Louis
Service type Bus rapid transit
Routes 5 (planned)
Destinations 10 (planned)
Operator Bi-State Development Agency
Website Moving Transit Forward homepage

The St. Louis Bus Rapid Transit is part of a series of proposed bus rapid transit corridors being developed by Metro, formerly called Bi-State Development Agency's Moving Transit Forward Plan.

Proposal[edit]

Bus rapid transit has been a favorable option for St. Louisians. According to Metro, there are five corridors that are being considered and planned. The routes will be highway based and might converge in Downtown St. Louis on Memorial Drive.

Proposed routes[edit]

Grand Line[edit]

Grand BRT Line
From North St. Louis to South St. Louis on Grand Boulevard.

I-70 Line[edit]

I-70 BRT Line
From Downtown St. Louis to St. Charles

I-64 Line[edit]

I-64 BRT Line
From Downtown St. Louis to Chesterfield.

I-44 Line[edit]

I-44 BRT Line
From Downtown St. Louis to Eureka and Pacific.

I-55 Line[edit]

I-55 BRT Line
From Downtown St. Louis to Arnold.

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