Park & Ride: Metro offers stress-free rides to the Home Opener

St. Louis, MO — As downtown St. Louis braces for increased traffic for the Cardinals Home Opener, Metro Transit offers an alternative for those looking to avoid the hassle of driving.

Use either the MetroLink or Metro bus services for your commute. It doesn’t get much more convenient than taking MetroLink and getting off the train across the street Busch Stadium and Ballpark Village.

Metro officials are telling fans to park their vehicles at any of the 20 free Park and Ride lots at MetroLink stations on both sides of the river. A round-trip MetroLink fare costs just five dollars.

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MetroLink will be operating its normal schedule today. For those preferring bus transit, 13 Metro bus routes serve downtown St. Louis at the Civic Center Transit Center, conveniently located just three blocks west of Busch Stadium. A one-ride Metro bus fare is only one dollar.

Metro has information specialists available to help you create a quick and easy transit plan for your Opening Day needs. You can call or text the numbers on your screen starting at 7:00 a.m. Additionally, schedules and maps are available online, along with the Transit app for download.

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