After a holiday break in December for four of the five Service Councils, all are back and ready to get to work in 2017. If you’re still finalizing your New Year’s resolutions, why not resolve to attend at least two Metro Service Council meetings this year? Each meeting includes time for public comment, and the Service Council members would welcome your feedback and ideas about how to improve our system.
All five Service Councils will hear the report on Metro’s Annual On-Board Survey, always an interesting and enlightening presentation. Additionally, all Service Councils will hear a report on the U-Pass Pilot Program from Devon Deming, Director of Commute Services (and a former South Bay Service Councilmember). The Universal Student Pass Pilot Program for Colleges, Universities and Trade Schools launched this past fall, with the goal of increasing transit ridership and creating a new generation of transit riders. The Councils will hear the very latest information on student participation in the pilot and what’s planned next.
For more information about each Service Council, click on the name of the Council below to view their web page. Additional agenda items are below.
San Fernando Valley (6:30 pm, Wednesday, 1/4) – Update on Bike Share Program; Line Ride Report and Regional Service Performance Report.
San Gabriel Valley (5 pm, Monday, 1/9) – Presentation on the Cesar Chavez Bus Stop Improvement and Regional Service Performance Report.
Westside/Central (5 pm, Wednesday, WSC 1/11) – Presentation on the Cesar Chavez Bus Stop Improvement Project and Regional Service Performance Report.
Gateway Cities (2 pm, Thursday, 1/12) – Update on Metro Gold Line Eastside Project; Line Ride Report and Regional Service Performance Report.
South Bay (9:30 am, Friday, 1/13) – Regional Service Performance Report.
For a detailed listing of all Council meeting dates, times and locations, click here. As always, the public is encouraged to attend and share their comments with the Service Councils on improving bus service throughout LA County. 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 service email@example.com. If your comments are for a specific Council, please make sure to indicate which one you are addressing in your e-mail.
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