Transportation in St. Louis
Get a Missouri Drivers License
If you're moving to Missouri, you'll need to get a Missouri drivers license. Here's information about where to go, what documents to take and the fees you'll need to pay to get a Missouri drivers license.
Registering Your Car in Missouri
All Missouri residents are required to register their cars and get Missouri license plates. St. Louis residents have a few additional steps they must take. Here's information on the Missouri registration process, including the documents you'll need and fees you'll pay.
How to Get an Illinois Drivers License
If you're moving to the Illinois side of the St. Louis area, you'll need to get a new drivers license. Here's information about where to go, what documents to take, and the fees you'll pay to get an Illinois drivers license.
Registering Your Car in Illinois
Registering and titling your car in Illinois is a fairly simple process and can be done at any Secretary of State's office that provides driver services. Here's information on the Illinois car registration process, including the documents you'll need and fees you'll pay.
Where to Park Near Busch Stadium in Downtown St. Louis
Parking is always at a premium in downtown St. Louis and that's certainly true when the Cardinals are playing at Busch Stadium. Here's information on the best places to park near Busch Stadium and how much you'll have to pay.
Your Complete Guide to the Highway 40 Construction Project
Construction along I-64 (Highway 40) is going to have a major impact on traffic throughout the St. Louis region until 2010. Here's what you need to know to about the highway shutdown, how to avoid getting caught in traffic and the project's potential impact on the St. Louis region.
Don't Despair About Highway 40 Construction
Avoid sitting in traffic while Highway 40, or I-64, is under construction. Here are tips and resources to make getting around St. Louis a lot easier.
Is the I-64 Construction Project Good for St. Louis?
Concerns about the Hwy 40 construction project in St. Louis aren't just over the headaches caused by shutdowns. Here's an overview of arguments from both sides of the issue, and why the project may be a bigger issue than just a question of traffic jams.