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Transportation Alternatives Program

The Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) provides funding for on- and off-road pedestrian and bicycle facilities, infrastructure projects for improving non-driver access to public transportation and enhanced mobility, community improvement activities, environmental mitigation, and safe routes to school projects. TAP applications are available online and are due July 31, 2014.  More Info...




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East-West Gateway’s
 49th Annual Meeting and Awards Ceremony

Thank you to everyone who came and supported our event.  Congratulations to all of the award winners.

Award Winners for 2014

Informational Workshop:
Pathway to Public Office

You are invited to a one-day, free informational workshop on Saturday, December 6, 2014.  This workshop is open to anyone interested in running for public office and is geared toward non-partisan offices in Missouri such as municipal councils, fire protection districts or school boards. More Info...

Roadway Functional Classification:
Deadline for Semi-Annual Review

- Applications are being accepted until  November 30, 2014, to change roadway classifications.  Visit our Functional Classification page for more info.

Section 5310

The Section 5310 Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities Program is a program designed to improve mobility for seniors and individuals with disabilities, by removing barriers to transportation services and expanding the transportation mobility options available. Now through December 5, 2014, East-West Gateway is now accepting applications for the Section 5310 Program. More info...

Call for Project applications
On-System Bridge Program

East-West Gateway is now accepting applications for On-System Bridge Program (BRM) projects.  BRM funds are only available in the Missouri portion of the St. Louis region.  The counties included are: Franklin, Jefferson, St. Charles, St. Louis, and the City of St. Louis.  Applications are due on Thursday, January 15, 2015 at 4 PM. More info...

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Weigh in on the Region's Next Long Range Plan

Let us know what your transportation values are by taking our brief survey at the link below. The results of this survey will be used as the basis for decision making throughout the long range planning process which is currently under development.

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Connected2045 Four-Part Speaker Series

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The Next Issue of Where We Stand Update is Here.
This Month: Racial Segregation and Disparity

Disparities between blacks and whites are prevalent and persistent. In St. Louis, a black family is three times as likely to be in poverty as a white family, a black infant is more than three times as likely to die in the first year of life, and a black worker is twice as likely to be unemployed. This Where We Stand Update provides information on racial disparities in St. Louis and across the nation.

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Great Streets: Round 2

The planning process is complete for the
West Florissant Avenue Great Streets Plan!! 

Check it out here!

Three Great Streets project master plans have been completed and are available on our Great Streets page: Dorsett Road Master Plan, Grand Center Master Plan, and the  Page Avenue Master Plan.

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2014 Public Officials Directory
2014 Updates
(last updated 09/02/14)
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Map of the Month for November 2014:  Percentage Point Change in Non-Car Transportation by MSA, 1990-2013

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Transportation Analyst  I



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Local Govt Briefings,
Where We Stand Update



Information, documents and brochures explaining Gateway’s Title VI program



Staff welcomes the chance to respond to questions or comments about the St. Louis region.

Link to St. Louis Area Regional Response System

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Where We Stand
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UMSL’s Chancellor’s Certificate Program
in Planning and Zoning Starts Again in January

This Chancellor’s Certificate program is taught by a team of senior practitioners, with extensive knowledge and experience in local government planning in Missouri, Illinois and across the nation and discusses processes and topics that are crucial for local government success.  More...

Board Presentation 2/24/06: Overview of Current Regional Economy
Great Streets Section
Renewing The Region

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East-West Gateway Council of Governments
One Memorial Dr., Ste 1600
St. Louis, MO  63102
phone:  (314) 421-4220 or (618) 274-2750
fax: (314) 231-6120


last update:  Friday, November 21, 2014

Planning and Zoning

Speaker Series Brochure
Connected 2045 Speaker Series

Part 3 of our Speaker Series, Transportation: That Delicate Balance,
will be held on September 18, 2014.  Wally Siewert, Director of the Center for Ethics in Public Life at UMSL, will facilitate an interactive, dynamic conversation with an array of community representatives on planning for the next GEN.

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Fundamentals of
Planning and Zoning

A Chancellor’s Certicate covering the basics of planning and zoning and critical components in the work of the planning and zoning commission. - running from October - December 2014.   More...