St. Louis-based Enterprise Holdings is expanding its presence in the largest city in the Midwest.
Enterprise announced the purchase of IGO--a non-profit car-sharing company in Chicago. IGO was created as a pilot program to encourage city residents to use multiple forms of transportation and lower family's transportation costs.
This is not the first foray into car-sharing for Enterprise. They also purchased Mint Cars On-Demand in Boston and PhillyCarShare in Philadelphia. Every IGO employee has been offered a job with Enterprise.
Dangerous weather seems likely any season in Missouri. A new list released by Yahoo Finance supports that observation.
The Show Me State appears in the top ten states most at risk for major disasters. Missouri is in the tenth spot with 53 major disaster declarations since 1953. Texas tops the list with 86 declarations.
You can see the full list here.
MoDOT is warning of slow traffic tomorrow morning on Interstate 70 near Mid Rivers Mall Drive.
Police officers will slow down traffic in both directions at 9 AM and 11 AM Wednesday. The slowdowns will last up to ten minutes and take place between Route 79 and Route 370. This is part of work to create a new interchange on the highway and add a new lane of traffic.
Information on how to avoid the work zone can be found at modot.org.
St. Louis-based PGAV Destinations is the architecture firm who will be building the new Cardinal's Hall of Fame.
The museum will be part of the first phase of Ballpark Village. The Cardinals will be displaying a wide collection of memorabilia in the 8,000 square foot space.
No word on when plans will be available for the public to view.