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Public Comment Form

Public Comment Form

4/19/24  —  To the Greater St. Louis Community:

Bi-State Development’s cyber defenses, related to email transmissions, were recently upgraded to improve our ability to avoid continuous attacks from foreign actors. Unfortunately, these new software protocols impacted critical public comments directed to our Board of Commissioners.

Subsequently, public comments were not included in the April 19, 2024, Board of Commissioners meeting. These public comments have been retrieved and shared with our Commissioners and will be included in the next Board of Commissioners meeting on May 9, 2024.

Any public comments related to Metro Transit’s request for customer input for shortening the reservation booking window for Metro Call-A-Ride from three to five days in advance to next-day reservations only will be entered into the public comment process. Individuals can continue to provide public input through April 30, 2024. You may also submit a public comment at

BSD cyber defense protocols have been updated to ensure future public comments are delivered to the Board of Commissioners in a timely fashion and will be monitored in the future.

We sincerely apologize for this matter.

COVID-19 Update: The Bi-State Development Board of Commissioners meetings will be held remotely until further notice. Public comments are welcomed and can be submitted using the form below. Comments received by 7:30 a.m. the day of a board meeting will be acknowledged during the Public Comment portion of the Board Meeting. The comments will be included in their entirety in the public record (minutes) and will be added to the “Meeting Materials” information on the website, upon conclusion of the meeting.

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    Public comment may be made at the written request of a member of the public specifying the topic(s) to be addressed and provided to the Agency’s information officer at least one hour prior to the meeting. No public comment shall be allowed by parties or their legal counsel in connection with any matter involving a pending bid protest, litigation, or legal matter. The following rules shall be observed: 1) All individuals shall state their name, address and topic for comment; 2) All individuals shall address the Chair and shall not proceed with public comment until recognized by the Chair; 3) No disrespectful language may be used or comments with respect to personalities shall be made; 4) An individual called to order by the Chair shall immediately desist from speaking until permitted to continue by the Chair; and 5) Public comment by an individual shall be limited to five minutes, unless permission to continue is given by motion adopted by the Board.