ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Metrolink and MetroBus customers are bracing for possible delays, after meteorologists forecast two snowstorms this week.
So, Metro Transit officials are helping riders plan before the snow falls. They also want customers to be careful once the storm starts.
- Leave early for your destination.
- Dress warmly and protect your hands and feet from snow and water. Weathercasters predict below-freezing air temperatures. You need to stay warm if your bus or train gets delayed.
- Look down. Make sure you are not stepping on patches of ice on your way to your stop. Also, be aware that Metrolink platforms can become icy.
- Finally, check Metro Transit schedules as often as you can. You can get rider alerts on the agency’s website and social media sites.