Workshop to be held for Metro parking plan

On Tuesday, January 9, Metro is hosting a workshop for agency stakeholders — including cities, transit agencies, and Transportation Management Associations in Los Angeles County — to discuss the draft Supportive Transit Parking Program (“STPP Master Plan”) Master Plan, introduced to the Board in November 2017.

The STPP Master Plan identifies strategies for management of Metro’s parking facilities, including parking management and planning policies, operations, enforcement and maintenance and technology integration. Metro staff will present the STPP Master Plan to Metro’s Board of Directors for final adoption at the end of January 2018.

In this workshop, we will review the work completed to date on the STPP Master Plan, and answer additional questions from agency representatives on the Master Plan.

The time and location of the event is provided below:

Date & Time: Tuesday, January 9
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Location: Metro Headquarters
Gateway Plaza Conference Room, 3rd Floor
One Gateway Plaza
Los Angeles, CA 90012

If you have any questions about the STPP Master Plan or the workshop, you may contact Adela Felix, Metro’s Project Manager ( or Jeff Weckstein, Consultant Team Project Manager at Walker Consultants (

For more information please see attached FAQ or visit our website at Please RSVP by replying to this message at

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  1. After many years using the metro for may daily commute, I had to stop using it due to the lack of parking at Green line- Norwalk station. for the past 15 years the station is full by 7.15 or 30 AM that station need a parking structure we need to get LA out of the list of the most polluted cities in USA I send many many Emails to metro and to elected officials regarding this issue. After parking in adjacents streets for couple years with a deep regret I stoped using the metro. Thank you for your attention