The Metro Gateway Cities Service Council will hold a special evening meeting this Tuesday, February 12, starting at 5 pm. The meeting will feature a corridor workshop focusing on bus service along Florence Avenue on Metro Lines 111 and 311, which run between LAX City Bus Center and Norwalk Station. The public is encouraged to attend to share their suggestions about improving service on those lines. The meeting and workshop will be held at Salt Lake Park Community Center, located at 3401 East Florence Avenue in Huntington Park,
Jon Hillmer, Director of Metro’s Regional Service Councils, is hopeful that the public will attend and participate in this workshop. “We are specifically looking for public comment and ideas about improving bus service on these corridors for transit users in the Gateway Cities area and neighboring Southeast Los Angeles County communities,” said Hillmer.
The Council will hold their monthly meeting starting at 5 pm, and receive a report on how customer complaints are received at the Division level, plus the monthly Director’s report on various service performance categories. Immediately following the meeting, the Council will begin the corridor workshop to receive input from the public on Lines 111 and 311. Members of the public who are not able to attend the workshop may submit comments in writing by e-mailing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about the corridor studies Service Council are conducting this year, click here to read a previous posting on the subject.
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