Shiloh–Scott (St. Louis MetroLink)

Shiloh-Scott
Station statistics
Address 880 Metro Plaza Lane
Shiloh, IL 62221
Line(s)
Platforms 1 island platform
Tracks 2
Parking 645 civilian spaces (50 long-term); 421 military spaces
Other information
Opened June 23, 2003
Accessible
Owned by Bi-State Development Agency dba Metro
Traffic
Passengers (FY2007)1,409 Steady 0%
Services
Preceding station   MetroLink   Following station
Red Line Terminus

Shiloh-Scott is a St. Louis MetroLink station located adjacent to Scott Air Force Base in Shiloh, IL and is the eastern terminus of the MetroLink system. It opened on June 23, 2003 as part of Phase 2 of the St. Clair County Extension which extended MetroLink 3.5 miles (5.6 km) from College to Shiloh-Scott station.[1] The station is divided into two sections: one side is open to the general public and the other side to those with Scott Air Force Base security clearances.[2] Each side has its own park and ride lot.

Future Extension

Design work has been completed on the 5.3 miles (8.5 km) St. Clair Extension of MetroLink from Shiloh-Scott to MidAmerica Airport in Mascoutah, IL, though no funding has yet been secured.[3]

Bus connections

MetroBus

  • 12 O'Fallon Fairview Heights
  • 15 Belleville Shiloh Scott
  • 18X Lebanon – Mascoutah Express
  • 21 Main & East Base Shuttles
  • 512X Metrolink Station Shuttle

References

External links

  • St. Louis Metro

Coordinates: 38°32′20″N 89°52′45″W / 38.53888°N 89.87906°W / 38.53888; -89.87906


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