What's Up/Heads Up

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What's Up/Heads Up


School Board candidates forum The public is invited to a question-and-answer forum with candidates for St. Louis citys Board of Education at 7 p.m. Monday at Lafayette Park United Methodist Church, 2300 Lafayette Avenue. Attendees are encouraged to bring cans of chicken soup for donation to a food pantry. 314-436-5311

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MetroBus schedule changes Every quarter, Metro Transit makes service updates to MetroBus routes and schedules to improve connections and on-time performance. The service changes are the result of input from MetroBus customers and operators. The latest changes will go into effect on Monday. Here is a summary of those changes:

#02 Red: Routing changes. Rosedale Avenue will no longer be served in both directions on every trip.Time adjustments, too.

#04 Natural Bridge: Time adjustments.

#10 Gravois Lindell: Time adjustments in the evening.

#21 Watson Rd: Time adjustments.

#27 North County Shuttle: Time adjustments.

#33 Dorsett Lackland: Time adjustments.

#34 Earth City: Time adjustments.

#35 Rock Road: Time adjustments.

#36 Spanish Lake: Time adjustments.

#44 Hazelwood: Time adjustments on weekdays.

#45 Ferguson Florissant: Time adjustments on weekdays.

#47 North Hanley: Time adjustments. The last trip from Clayton Transit Center adjusted to leave 19 minutes later.

#48 South Lindbergh: Time adjustments.

#57 Maplewood Wildwood: Time adjustments.

#61 Chambers: Added 24-minute service on weekdays for eastbound trips from 5:44 to 7:44 a. …

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