Interested in making sure the Clayton MetroLink Station is top notch?

Citizens for Modern Transit is looking for a volunteer to monitor the Clayton MetroLink Station one time each month.

The MetroLink Monitor Program was established as part of the efforts of the Riders’ Advocate Committee at Citizens for Modern Transit (CMT) to monitor the quality and condition of stations along the MetroLink alignment.  Volunteers observe and record conditions at each of the 37 MetroLink stations and report their findings to CMT one time each month.

CMT is currently looking for a new volunteer monitor for the Clayton MetroLink Station. If you take MetroLink regularly or live in the Clayton area, this would be a perfect opportunity to get involved in transit improvement efforts in the community! Volunteers receive two MetroLink 2-hour passes each month, along with a list of items to check up on at each station.

If interested, please contact CMT at info@cmt-stl.org or give us a call at 314-231-7272.

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