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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)– The You Paid For It team looks at the troubles of people riding Metro Buses. Riders, especially on the Grand Avenue line, are suffering through major overcrowding, a problem that has plagued Metro buses for years.

Passengers tell us it gets so bad on the buses, there aren’t places for the elderly or  disabled to sit. Metro Watchdog Tom Sullivan says Metro is not focused enough on the needs of the buses.

Elliott Davis questioned Metro CEO John Nations who said his agency is working on solving the overcrowding problem and will have bigger longer buses on the routes by this spring.