Storm Damage Still Limiting Metro Bus Routes

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(KTVI)-Several MetroBus routes are still being impacted by Friday night’s storms in north St. Louis County, Earth City, Maryland Heights, and East St. Louis. The MetroBus routes still impacted by power lines, trees and storm debris in the streets are:

  • #27 North County Shuttle
  • #36 Spanish Lake
  • #44 Hazelwood
  • #45 Ferguson Florissant
  • #74 Florissant
  • #75 Lilac Hanley

The #04 19th and Central in Illinois is rerouted due to flooding.

MetroBus route #75 Lilac Hanley is not able to serve the Records Center because of downed power lines. Temporary bus stops have been set up on the Outer Road.

St. Louis Community College at Florissant Valley also cannot be accessed due to downed trees. A temporary bus stop has been set up at the former Circuit City where MetroBus vehicles can turn around and it is within walking distance of the campus.

MetroBus route #34 still cannot access Riverport.

MetroLink and Metro Call-A-Ride are operating normal Sunday service.

Metro hopes the bus routes will resume regular routes sometime on Sunday.

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