Metro Board of Directors agenda for Jan. 26

The Metro Board of Directors meets tomorrow at 9 a.m. at Metro headquarters adjacent to Los Angeles Union Station.

The big item on the agenda – posted below – is consideration of a Project Labor Agreement that sets hiring targets for many Metro transit and highway projects to ensure that 40 percent of the work hours are performed by workers who would be hired from economically disadvantaged areas from this region and around the nation. Ten percent of those work hours also would be targeted to individuals who are struggling with poverty, chronic unemployment and other hardships. The agreement also seeks to provide entry-level jobs to help workers launch careers in the construction industry.

Jan. 26 Metro Board agenda

2 thoughts on “Metro Board of Directors agenda for Jan. 26

  1. So why do we keep buying new buses if the older ones still run fine. There are cities that still have buses that are 30 years ols and still are running. Use that money to add more service.

  2. So when are they gonna put 24 hour service on all of the 111 line. Ive been proposing this for years and nothing has been done, infact service was reduced on that line

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