As usual, the San Fernando Valley Service Council will be batting lead off in our monthly line-up of Service Council meetings, on Wednesday, June 4, in Van Nuys at the Marvin Braude Center.
All June Service Council meetings will include a report from Metro Service Council Director Jon Hillmer, providing monthly and year-to-date statistics on ridership, performance and other measures of Metro service. June is also the month that each of the Councils will elect their Chair and Vice Chair for the upcoming year.
Other topics for Service Council meetings this month include:
San Fernando Valley (6:30 pm, Wednesday, 6/4) – Chair’s remarks to include recap of Division 15 AM Rollout and tour; Recognition of Operator Rafael Melgar; a staff report on the Motion to Reduce and Reallocate Line 166 Service; Approval of August Public Hearing dates for potential December service changes
San Gabriel Valley (5 pm, Monday, 6/9) – Update on Line 577 Rio Hondo Route Change Effect on Ridership; Recap of Board-Approved Transit Fare Restructuring and Follow up Actions
Westside/Central (5 pm, Wednesday, 6/11) – Update on the Wilshire Express Lanes; Approval of August Public Hearing dates for potential December service changes
Gateway Cities (2 pm, Thursday, 6/12) – Recognition of Gateway Cities Service Council Chair Marisa Perez and Member Cheri Kelley; Update on Line 577 Rio Hondo Route Change Effect on Ridership; Update on Blue Line Rail Replacement
South Bay (9:30 am, Friday, 6/13) – Update on Redondo Beach Station Refurbishment; Update on Crenshaw/LAX Green Line Rail Interface
Please note that changes may be made to meeting agendas, including potential new topics, prior to meeting dates. For a listing of the dates, times and locations of all five Service Council meetings, click here. For more information about each service council, click on the name of the service council listed above. To view the latest Service Council meeting agendas check the agenda listings web page at metro.net.
All Service Councils welcome and encourage public participation. If you would like to comment at any of the meetings, please fill out a speaker card when you arrive, noting the specific item you are there to address. General comments on issues that aren’t on the agenda are taken as a part of the “public comment” section of the agenda. If you would like to provide input to a Council but cannot attend a meeting, you can submit your comments in writing through the Service Council web page or send them to email@example.com. If your comments are for a specific council, please make sure to indicate which one you are addressing.
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