Transportation

Chesterfield is located approximately 25 miles or 30 minutes from downtown St. Louis. The St. Louis Region is considered a transportation hub with four major highways (I-44, I-55, I-64 and I-70) connecting it to all areas of the United States.

Cities within 500 miles of St. Louis include Birmingham, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Dallas, Detroit, Kansas City, Louisville, Milwaukee, Minneapolis and Nashville.
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 Lambert - St. Louis International Airport

Lambert - St. Louis International Airport is located 20 minutes northeast of Chesterfield. Lambert is a national hub with two terminals, five concourses, serving nine mainline passenger airlines, and three all-cargo airlines, as well as a few charter carriers.  Southwest Airlines has focused on St. Louis as a growth market and with increased service now has the largest carrier presence in the airport.

Lambert

Spirit of St. Louis Airport


Located in Chesterfield, the Spirit of St. Louis Airport is the Business Aviation Center of the Midwest and a port of entry for U.S. Customs. As the second busiest airport in the four-state central region encompassing Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska and Iowa, Spirit Airport offers corporate hangers, business charter flights, five full-service Phillips Aviation Performance Centers and has over 150 businesses located on-site.

Spirit

Public Transportation

Metro service to the St. Louis region includes:

  • MetroBus bus system
  • MetroLink light rail system
  • Metro Call-A-Ride paratransit van system

Chesterfield has several bus routes serving our area, but is not served by MetroLink light rail.

 

Metro Bus Painted by Chesterfield Arts