20th Street Transit Route

Dream for a moment of a North City transit route along 20th Street, connecting various neighborhoods and serving as a transportation corridor for residents, NGA commuters, and showcasing stunning landmarks in North St. Louis City. Here are some key destinations:

  1. Union Station: The journey departs at Union Station Metrolink, a historic transportation hub known for its stunning architecture and vibrant atmosphere. Passengers can access the bus at this central location and enjoy the amenities of Union Station before continuing their journey.
  2. Soccer Stadium: Departing from Union Station, heads towards the Soccer Stadium, home to one of St. Louis’ exciting sports venues. Fans and enthusiasts can easily reach the stadium using this bus route, enjoying the thrill of soccer matches and other events.
  3. Washington Ave: Moving along, the route passes through the lively Washington Avenue. This bustling street offers a diverse range of shops, restaurants, and entertainment venues, attracting locals and visitors alike.
  4. Carr Square: Continuing north, the route reaches the Carr Square neighborhood, including KIPP Inspire Academy and DeSoto Soccer Fields.
  5. Falstaff Brewery District: Next, the route passes through the historic architectural Falstaff Brewery District. This once-thriving brewing district now showcases a mix of residential and commercial spaces, with remnants of its brewing heritage still visible.
  6. NGA (National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency): The route continues towards the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, an important government facility with many employees. Passengers can access this key destination for work or official visits.
  7. St. Louis Ave: Moving further north, then reaches St. Louis Place park and Crown Candy!
  8. Florissant Ave: This major thoroughfare connects multiple neighborhoods
  9. Hyde Park: The route then arrives at Hyde Park, an area known for its green spaces and recreational opportunities. Passengers can enjoy the park’s tranquil atmosphere or access nearby facilities and services.
  10. Windsor Park: Continuing north, the route passes Windsor Park
  11. North Grand Water Towers: Finally, the route ends at the North Grand Water Towers. These iconic water towers are a recognizable landmark, indicating the journey’s end or a potential transfer point for passengers continuing their travels.

What is your dream transit route for North City?

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