Ribbon-cutting opens the Metro ExpressLanes Walk-in Customer Center
LA County Supervisor and Metro Board Member Mark Ridley-Thomas and Metro Board member/Duarte Mayor John Fasana with their transponders. Photos by Juan Ocampo.
Metro and Caltrans offcials who today announced the opening of the Metro ExpressLanes Customer Walk-in Center in Gardena where the public can open a FasTrak® account and receive a FasTrak® transponder to enable them to enter the Metro ExpressLanes.
The new Metro ExpressLanes walk-in center is located at 500 W. 190th Street in Gardena, a facility that also houses the Metro ExpressLanes customer processing center, responsible for the distribution of FastTrak® transponders. The walk in center is open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday. The center is closed on Sunday.
Mark Ridley-Thomas, LA County Supervisor and Metro Board member, leads the ribbon-cutting ceremony July 25 to open the Metro ExpressLanes Customer Service Center. Included among the officials are John Fasana, Duarte Mayor & Metro Board member; Pam O’Connor, Santa Monica City Councilmember, Metro Board member & SCAG Board member; Michael Miles, Caltrans District 7 Executive Director; Art Leahy, Metro CEO; Stephanie Wiggins, Metro EO, Congestion Reduction Initiative Program; Kathleen Daly, Program Manger, AAA Discounts; Jim Thomas, Thomas Properties Group and former Metro Director and Los Angeles County Supervisor Yvonne Burke.
See previous post: Metro ExpressLanes Customer Walk-in Center news release