Celebrate America’s birthday by learning all about Metro’s regional projects and programs. All Service Councils, except San Fernando Valley, will meet in July. The other four Service Councils will receive a Metro Community Education Programs overview, a Regional Service Performance Report, and adopt their work plans for Fiscal Year 2019. Additionally, the Westside Central and South Bay Service Councils will receive an update on the Sepulveda Transit Corridor Project (the San Fernando Valley will receive the update in August).
The public is welcome and encouraged to attend and share input at Service Council meetings. For more information about each Service Council Meeting, click on the name of the Council below to view their web page. All agenda items are listed below.
San Fernando Valley – Regular meeting date falls on July 4; going dark for July. Next regular meeting will be held on August 1.
San Gabriel Valley (5:00pm, Monday, 7/9) – Metro Community Education Programs overview, NextGen Bus Study discussion, FY18 Council Review, Adopt FY19 Work Plan, Elect Chair and Vice Chair for FY19, Consider rescheduling November 12, 2018 meeting, and Regional Service Performance Report.
Westside Central (5:00pm, Wednesday, 7/11) – Sepulveda Transit Corridor Project update, Metro Community Education Programs overview, FY18 Council Review, Adopt FY19 Work Plan, Elect Chair and Vice Chair for FY19, and Regional Service Performance Report.
Gateway Cities (2:00pm, Thursday, 7/12) – Metro Community Education Programs overview, FY18 Council Review, Adopt FY19 Work Plan, Councilmember Line Ride Report, and Regional Service Performance Report.
South Bay (9:30am, Friday, 7/13) – Councilmember Line Ride Reports, Sepulveda Transit Corridor Project Update, FY18 Council Review, Adopt FY19 Work Plan, Adopt Motion to Support Green Line Extension to Torrance Advancement, and Regional Service Performance Report.
For details on all Council meeting dates, times and locations, as well as copies of the presentations click here. The public is encouraged to attend and share comments and suggestions with the Service Councils on improving bus service throughout LA County. If you would like to provide input but cannot attend a meeting, you can also 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 in your e-mail. You can also use the email to subscribe to your Council’s email list to receive the agendas and other regional notices.
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