Make the choice.
During National Bike Month, we encourage you walk, bike and utilize Metro transit more often in St. Louis. Maybe you bike to work one day a week, or just give up the car for your daily errands - no matter how car-free you decide to be, you'll feel healthier, happier and better for improving local air quality during the month of May.
Without many people realizing it was happening, the entire St. Louis region has become more walkable and bikeable in recent years.
Great Rivers Greenway has developed 114 miles of a planned 600 mile network of off-street bike and pedestrian trails from St. Charles County to downtown St. Louis. Additionally, 84-miles of Bike St. Louis on-street bike paths are complete, and municipalities around the region are working to create similar on-street facilities through the Gateway Bike Plan. Both systems are developed to work in tandem with Metro Transit, with various points of connection so that by utilizing on-street and off-street facilities and Metro buses and trains, you can get where you need to go, and never use a car.
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