Transit Stop Transformation Project
TRANSIT: More than a ride, it’s a place.
Citizens for Modern Transit and AARP St. Louis are working to activate the space around a Maplewood MetroBus Stop at the corner of Marshall and Manchester with the help of the City of Maplewood, Citizens National Bank and KaBOOM!, a nonprofit headquartered in Washington, D.C., that helps communities build playgrounds for children. This joint initiative, known as the “Transit Stop Transformation Project,” will transform the area at the southwest corner of Manchester Rd. and Marshall Ave. – adjacent to the Citizens National Bank parklet – into a fun, artistic space that encourages active play, cultivates community and increases transit use.
January 15, 2020
Request for Public Art Proposals - The project seeks proposals for a public art installation for the Maplewood Transit Stop Transformation project on the corner of Manchester Road and Marshall Avenue. The public art installation will be a key feature of the transit stop transformation project- an imaginative redesign of a MetroBus stop.
December 6, 2019
Design Concepts revealed at Maplewood Christmas Tree Walk.
DESIGN OPTIONS REVEALED: Friday, December 6 from 5 PM to 7 PM, the design team will be at the Maplewood MetroBus Stop displaying posters on the possible design options that integrate play and creativity. The team will have a summary of the community input shared to-date and the current stage of the design. Attendees will be invited to vote on their favorite ideas and their favorite elements of the design. This is an opportunity for community members to give input on a new community amenity for all to enjoy!
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Not able to attend the community engagement sessions? Please consider completing the online survey.
Stay tuned for updates on the project!