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Transit in St. Louis

Getting Around St. Louis



The public transportation system in St. Louis is managed by Metro, operating MetroBus, MetroLink and a trolley in downtown St. Louis.  If visiting downtown St. Louis and arriving at Lambert International Airport, a Metro ticket can be purchased to board from either terminals to ride to downtown for a fee of $4.00.



To learn more about the Metro system in St. Louis, click here.



To learn more about the trolley that circulates through downtown St. Louis, click here.

Metro Call-A-Ride provides Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) eligible paratransit curb-to-curb van service in St. Louis City and St. Louis County with advance reservations for individuals with physical or cognitive disabilities who are unable to independently use available bus or light rail service.

Based on ADA requirements, paratransit services are designed to provide equivalent access to areas served by fixed-route (bus/light rail) services.  Click here for more information on Metro Call-A-Ride or contact Metro Transit's ADA Services department by calling 314-982-1510 or sending an email to


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