The Metro South Bay Council will host a special evening meeting tomorrow, Wednesday, February 27, at 6 pm to receive public input on Metro Lines 210 and 710 serving Crenshaw Blvd.
All of the Metro Service Councils have selected specific lines in their regions to develop ideas on how to improve Metro Bus on these corridors. The South Bay Service Council is asking the public to attend and share their suggestions about improving service on Lines 210 and 710 at tomorrow’s special meeting.
The meeting will be held at Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza, First Floor Community Room (between Sears and the LAPD Substation, by Stocker Street entrance), 3560 Martin Luther Kings Jr Blvd, in the City of Los Angeles. If you are not able to attend the meeting, but would like to submit recommendations about either or both of these routes to the Service Council, please send your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about this corridor study, and all of the corridor studies being conducted by Metro Service Councils, click here to read a previous posting on the subject.