By: Danni Eickenhorst, Great Rivers Greenway
Jess Leitch is nearly 17 days into her 31 day pledge to live car-free for the month of May. While the new way of life has certainly had its challenges, Jess has found that she can both navigate and experience her hometown in a whole new way using Great Rivers Greenway's off-street bike/ped trails, on-street Bike St. Louis routes and the Metro system to get where she needs to go.
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Submitted by Matt Fernandez, Metro St. Louis
Great Rivers Greenway fashioned a key piece of the jigsaw puzzle that is the St. Louis regional bike trail network into place on Friday — and it fit perfectly.
The group held a party in Clayton’s Shaw Park to celebrate the opening of the Centennial Greenway Trail, a two-mile asphalt trail
Submitted by Emily Luten, Pedal the Cause
In the last three years, our cyclists on the road have biked on over 142,905 miles of streets and greenways throughout the St. Louis region. Our community has also raised $4,292,200 dollars for cancer research that STAYS in St. Louis. Every dollar raised is donated in the form of research grants to the best
Submitted by Stephanie Cho, St. Vincent Greenway, Inc.
St. Vincent Greenway, Inc. and concerned citizens of Wellston will be launching its inaugural Wellston Work Play Day from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 11th
Submitted by Kimberly M. Cella, Executive Director, Citizens for Modern Transit
Citizens for Modern Transit (CMT) will host “Wake Up to a Sweeter Commute” events from 7:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. on Friday, May 10 at several popular MetroLink stations and transfer centers to thank area residents for supporting St. Louis transit.
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