Today’s Headlines

  • Motorist Strikes, Kills 81-Year-Old John Soucy Jr. Tuesday (KMOX, KSDK)
  • May 20: Gear Up for Bike to Work Day in St. Louis With Trailnet
  • Ride of Silence Is May 18 (Trailnet)
  • Bike to Work Week (May 16-20) Events in Springfield MO (Ozarks First)
  • State Legislators Makes Changes to Conceal Carry Bill on Transit (Columbia Missourian)

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Deadly Hit-and-Run in North St. Louis Sunday Night (Fox2Now, KMOV-TV, KMOX) Local Coverage of Friday’s Bike to Work Day (KMOX, St. Louis Public Radio) Uncertainty Is Theme in East-West Gateway Council’s Connected2045  Transpo Plan (Post-Dispatch) Great Race on May 21 Includes Media Personalities to Raise Alt Transpo Awareness (Fox2Now) Ride of Silence Is May 20 (Trailnet) […]

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K-12 Transportation Gets Back $11 Million, Still Short of Previous Year’s Funding (The Missouri Times) Get Your Business on Board as a Refueling Station for Bike to Work Day This May (Trailnet) Metro and Shuttles Are Your Best Bet To and From Soulard Mardi Gras (Post-Dispatch) Bicycle Thefts on the Rise in Springfield (KSPR) Creating […]

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Good Samaritan Killed By Motorist Along HWY 55 in St. Clair County (Post-Dispatch) No Charges for Motorist Who Struck and Killed Terry Belcher in Dexter (Daily Journal) Bike to Work Day Is May 15 (Trailnet) Want to Be Less Tense at Work? Try Commuting by Bike or Foot (Co.Exist) Developers Need to Develop for People, Not […]

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31-Year-Old Trying to Cross on I-270 Struck, Killed by Motorist Overnight (KTRS) 1.5 Cent Gas Tax Increase Gets Initial Nod From Missouri Senate (The Republic, KMBC, Post-Dispatch) Startup CTY’s First Project Is to Count Bike/Ped Activity in St. Louis (St. Louis Public Radio) Columbia Police All About Cyclist Safety for Next Week (Columbia Tribune) Report […]

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“For Regionalism to Work … It Can’t Be Stuck in Traffic on a One-Way Street” (Post-Dispatch) Take the St. Louis Business Journal Poll on Which MetroLink Expansion Route You’d Prefer Speed Humps Could Be Coming to St. Louis Streets Soon (KMOV) Trailnet Needs Volunteers to Help With Fair St. Louis Bike Parking St. Louis Metro Market Delivering Fresh Produce […]

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As Downtown Kansas City’s Population Grows, More People Will Depend on Transit (KC Star) A Road Less Traveled: Cyclists and Pedestrians Often Choose Quieter Routes (Columbia Daily Tribune) Red Light Cameras Won’t Be Turned Back on in St. Peters (Post-Dispatch) It’s Not Too Early for Your Workplace to Plan for Bike to Work Day (Trailnet) Transit […]