Tonight’s NextGen Bus Plan public workshop in Chatsworth cancelled

In response to a city ordinance issued by the City of Los Angeles, Metro will be cancelling the public workshop for the NextGen Bus Plan project that was originally scheduled for this evening at the Chatsworth Branch Library. For those who were hoping to attend, you can access all workshop information and materials at any time via our NextGen Virtual Workshop. This includes the ability to explore the full plan using interactive maps and detailed line-by-line descriptions, as well as provide comments.

At this time, the remaining NextGen Bus Plan public workshops are still scheduled to take place. We will update if anything changes. Metro will also be offering a countywide Live Webcast and Q&A on March 31 at 6 p.m. and a Telephone Town Hall on April 1 at 6:30 p.m. that will discuss the NextGen Bus Plan. For more information on these events, click here.

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  1. What is MTA doing to protect us the riders and drivers of buses? A driver told me yesterday there was a positive testing driver and someone who works at your corporate office?

    • Hi,

      Please refer to our earlier post. Metro is coordinating with CDC officials and State/County Department of Public Health to ensure we are taking the appropriate measures. Please also refrain from spreading rumors and inaccurate information. We will be updating here as the situation warrants. Thank you.

      Anna Chen
      Writer, The Source