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MetroLink light rail system extends 46 miles from either Lambert-St. Louis International Airport or from Shrewsbury to Shiloh-Scott (Air Force Base), Illinois, stopping along the way at major retail, business, recreational, and cultural centers, as well as the Convention Center, America's Center. Fare is $4 from airport stations; $3 elsewhere. Riders with disabilities can visit metrostlouis.org/InsideMetro/adaservices.asp or call Transit Information: (314) 231-2345 in Missouri, (618) 271-2345 in Illinois. TTY: (314) 982-1555, MO; (618) 875-1200, IL.

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be careful especially at night
Reviewed By Evan E February 2019

I will never ride this thing again. After all of the shootings that have happened it is not safe for anyone. One of my family members was on a train and witnessed a knife fight.

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Metro Call-a-Ride is the safest!
Reviewed By Patrick R December 2019

I know Call-a-Ride like the back of my hand. MetroLink opened in 1993, but Call-a-Ride is even older than MetroLink. Call-a-Ride was placed into service in 1987. If you are too scared to get onto...

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Extreme Caution Advised
Reviewed By kelerin2019 November 2019

I would advise anyone considering taking the St. Louis MetroLink to do so only with extreme caution, especially if you are a woman traveler. On two instances from Lambert Airport I have been...

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