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Metro Call-A-Ride

Metro Call-A-Ride is the paratransit service that is provided for people who are elderly and/or dissabled in St. Louis, St. Louis County, and St. Clair County, Illinois. The service has been operating since 1987.


This service consists of a fleet of 121 paratransit vans that do not travel on planned routes like MetroBus and MetroLink. It provides over 55,000 trips each month to customers with disabilities in Missouri. Call-A-Ride provides service within 1/4 mile from a bus stop. The paratransit service was introduced in 1985. They are kept in the Metro Main Shop.

External links

  • Metro Website
  • Moving Transit Forward Website
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