You can also download or print a pdf of the agenda from this link.
The meeting is scheduled for 9 a.m. and will be streamed live once it begins.
Metro CEO Phil Washington will also give his annual State of the Agency talk during his CEO remarks, which usually take place near the beginning of the meeting.
Among the items to be considered:
•Development guidelines for three parcels at Mariachi Plaza Station (Gold Line) in Boyle Heights. Metro is encouraging 4o to 60 units of affordable housing and up to 12,000 square feet of commercial space, as well as open space and public art.
•A $199-million budget increase for the Regional Connector project.
•A $1.37-billion contract with Tutor Perini/O&G to build the second phase of the Purple Line Extension subway from Wilshire/La Cienega to Century City.
•A motion calling for Metro to further study the possibility of building a Red/Purple Line station in the DTLA Arts District.
•Renewing Metro’s Project Labor Agreement and Career Construction Policy to encourage the hiring of more local workers on Metro projects. More about the programs here.
•Approving the final environmental study for the Airport Metro Connector 96th Street Station, which will serve the Crenshaw/LAX Line, Green Line, many bus lines and serve as a dropoff point for private vehicles. The station will be the transfer point to the automated people mover that Los Angeles International Airport will build; the people mover will include three stations serving LAX terminals.
•Revising Metro’s advertising policy to allow for advertising on the Orange Line and Rapid Buses to increase ad revenues, among other changes.