Transit Oriented Development Plans
MetroLink, TOD, Forest Park DeBaliviere, Delmar Loop, Arch Laclede's Landing, Stadium Stations
Publication Date: 05/22/2013
Document Type: Plans and Reports
Sponsor: St. Louis Development Corporation
St. Louis Development Corporation has contracted with H3 Studio, Inc., to develop Station Area Plans for three existing MetroLink station areas along the current alignment and two proposed station areas along the planned Northside-Southside MetroLink extension alignment. All Station Area Plans fall within the City of St. Louis and will generally incorporate a ½ mile radius around the station, although this may vary depending on each Station.
The current MetroLink alignments traverse 46 miles and have 37 stations, of which 12 are in the City. The three existing station areas to be studied are:
1. Arch-Laclede’s Landing Station
2. Stadium Station
3. Forest Park-DeBaliviere / Delmar Loop Stations (These two stations are incorporated in one study area.)
The two proposed station areas along the planned Northside-Southside MetroLink extension alignment to be studied are:
1. Kingshighway Station
2. Cherokee Station
This study was funded through the $4.7M Sustainable Communities Regional Planning Grant (awarded to East-West Gateway) under the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. For more information on this grant, visit http://www.onestl.org/.
If you have questions, please contact Amy Lampe, Major Project Specialist, 314-657-3737 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Transit Oriented Development Plan for the Delmar Loop and Forest Park-DeBaliviere MetroLink Stations (14.02 MB)
- Part I of the Appendix to the Delmar Loop and Forest Park-DeBaliviere MetroLink Station Area Plan (18.31 MB)
- Part II of the Appendix to the Delmar Loop and Forest Park-DeBaliviere MetroLink Station Area Plan (21.29 MB)
- Transit Oriented Development Plan for the Arch-Lacledes and Stadium MetroLink Stations (18.26 MB)
- Appendix to the Arch-Lacledes and Stadium MetroLink Stations (22.58 MB)
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