Metro Call-A-Ride provides curb-to-curb public transportation to both the general public and to persons whose disabilities prevent use of regular, accessible, fixed route transit services.
This service offers next-day shared rides in modern wheelchair accessible vehicles in the City of St. Louis and St. Louis County. Consult the Metro Call-A-Ride website for a service boundary map to determine what type of service may be available for you and more information. You can also download the Call-A-Ride brochure (PDF).
MetroBus Routes: 410X Eureka Express
The 410X Eureka Express route meets the need for a direct, express commute trip between outer suburban communities and Downtown Saint Louis. The route serves the suburb-to-city work commute, operating one-way service during weekdays rush hours, eastbound in the morning and westbound in the evening.
The 410X Eureka Express collects riders from three MoDOT Park & Ride Lots located in Southwest Saint Louis County and move these riders downtown along Interstate 44, providing connections to MetroLink and numerous MetroBus routes at several downtown Metro Transit centers.
Other Popular Destinations
Other popular destinations served by the route include:
- America's Center Convention Complex
- Harris Stowe University
- Main Post Office in Downtown St. Louis
- Robert A. Young Federal Building
- Scottrade Center
- Sigma-Aldrich Corporation
- Saint Louis Gateway Transportation Center including Amtrak train and Greyhound bus terminals
- Wachovia Bank at Market Street
MetroLink Stations and MetroBus Transit Center
The route also provides service to the following MetroLink stations and MetroBus transit center:
- 8th & Pine
- Civic Center Station
- Convention Center Station
- Grand Station
Plan Your Trip on Metro Transit
There are several options for planning a public transportation trip in the St. Louis region such as online trip planners, mobile phone applications, or by calling a Metro Transit Information Representative at either 314-231-2345 or 618-271-2345.