St. Louis is situated at the geographic hub of the United States. It is served by Lambert-St. Louis International Airport, Amtrak train service, MetroBus buses, and MetroLink light rail service.
Assembly 2010 will be held at America’s Center
in the heart of downtown St. Louis, surrounded by hotels and restaurants and easily accessible by MetroLink
from Lambert Airport at the “Convention Center” stop.
701 Convention Plz
St Louis, MO63101
Transportation from Airport
GO BEST Transportation, an airport shuttle service, provides door-to-door van service from Lambert-St. Louis International Airport to downtown hotels. Special convention rates are available for all attendees with advanced reservations, of $17 one way and $32 round trip per person, located at the Main Terminal across from baggage carousel M2 & at the East Terminal near ET14, please check in with us upon arrival to Lambert Airport.
To make reservations, just click on the GO BEST Express Link and reserve your seat on the shared ride van ahead of time at your special convention rate, then arrive at the airport check in and you are on your way! Click here to get your special convention rate. To receive conference discount, advanced reservations must be made online by 4/19/10. Walk-Ups will not be eligible for discount.
Taxi companies maintain stands at the America’s Center convention complex, at the airport and major hotels throughout St. Louis. Taxi drivers are uniformed and their vehicles must meet strict standards enforced by the St. Louis Metropolitan Taxicab Commission.
Amtrak provides daily rail service to St. Louis. Stations are located in the St. Louis suburb of Kirkwood and downtown at the new Gateway Transportation Center
located on South 15th Street.
An easy-to-use network of interstate highways runs through St. Louis making it a short drive to attractions. From the east, I-70, I-64 and I-55 head west across the Poplar Street Bridge and into downtown St. Louis. I-70 runs through downtown, past the airport and west through Missouri. I-55 turns south and continues through southeastern Missouri. I-64, which the locals call Highway 40, continues west through St. Louis, past Forest Park and to the Missouri River. I-44 begins in St. Louis and runs southwest along the former path of Route 66 to Springfield, Missouri. Use Google Maps for directions.