Subscribers to Metro.net’s current email notification system have received notification to their inboxes of the proposed change.
Subscribers are asked to ‘opt in’ to the new system in an effort to streamline Metro’s email notifications to its customers on a number of different topics including Projects, Destination Discounts, Metro Careers and Finance & Budget — just to name a few.
Metro will send follow-up emails on April 13, April 20 and April 27 to make sure that all subscribers have the opportunity to opt in to the new system.
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Does Metro plan to allow cyclists to attend public meetings without forcing them to throw their toolkit in a trashcan? Metro should accept that using a bicycle as a means of transportation requires the use of a toolkit that has to be removed from the bicycle where it would otherwise be easily stolen. Allowing cyclists to store their bicycle specific luggage in a safe place would be a lot nicer than demanding that we put it in a trash can.
How is the new Union Station platform for the Silver Line looking?