Bi-State Development was the primary force in the founding of the East-West Gateway Coordinating Council.
Bi-State Development purchased shuttered Parks Metropolitan Airport in Cahokia/Sauget, Illinois, and reopened it in 1965.
Bi-State Development acquired 15 private transit firms and began operating the first St. Louis regional transit system.
An agreement between Bi-State Development and the National Park Service enabled the design and construction of the Gateway Arch tram.
BSD completed a study of sewer problems in St. Louis County, which led to the creation of the Metropolitan Sewer…
Bi-State Development was ratified by Congress and signed into law by President Truman on August 31, 1950.