Brickline Greenway

Boyle Avenue to Sarah Avenue

This first segment of the Brickline Greenway (formerly known as the Chouteau Greenway), which will connect Forest Park to the Gateway Arch and provide connections to Fairgrounds Park and Tower Grove Park, runs between Boyle Avenue and Sarah Avenue within the City of St. Louis. This short segment parallels the MetroLink light rail line, and provides a connection to the Cortex Innovation Community.

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Amenities

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Getting Here

This greenway segment is accessible bike bike or by walking from either Boyle Avenue or Sarah Street in the City of St. Louis. This grenway segment also connects to the Cortex MetroLink Station.

Each greenway is managed in cooperation with different municipalities and parks departments, who set the rules for greenway use, parking and hours of operation. Greenways often span multiple municipalities, so please be aware that these rules can change as you travel along the trail. Please be sure to follow all posted rules and regulations while you are living life outside!

Legend

  • Future Greenway
  • Existing Greenway
  • Greenway Coming Soon
  • Other Trails

You can connect with this segment via bike at Boyle Avenue or Sarah Street.

This greenway connects to the Cortex MetroLink Station

Dedicated parking is not available for this segment of greenway, but there is street parking available along South Boyle Avenue and nearby Duncan Avenue.

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Trail Info

0.27 Miles

Brickline Greenway’s first project: Boyle Avenue to Sarah Avenue
The St. Louis region was awarded a $10.3 million US Department of Transportation TIGER grant (Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery) to construct a new MetroLink light rail station along with the first segment of this greenway so employees and visitors can walk or ride bikes to connect with the Cortex Innovation Community. Construction began in June 2017 and the station and greenway opened in July 2018.