Burning hot, freezing cold…we’re preparing for climate change and we want to hear from you

July 8, 2018 was the hottest day on record in Los Angeles. By 2050, Los Angeles will experience longer and more intense heat waves above 105°F. Higher temperatures, along with other extreme weather events like wildfires, intense storms and sea level rise, could affect the Metro system and impact your experience as a rider.

To prepare the system and our ridership for climate change, we are updating Metro’s Climate Action and Adaptation Plan (CAAP) and we need your input! Please take a moment to complete our short survey at metro.net/climatesurvey. All feedback will help create a more resilient Metro.

 The survey is open until February 8, 2019.

2 replies

  1. The hottest day ever in Los Angeles was actually September (27th) 2010. 113 Degrees dowtown. It was awful.

  2. Or maybe we enter a mini ice age and the trains will be delayed by snow and trains will need heaters.