Remaining NextGen Bus Plan workshops cancelled — but we still want your input!

In response to the most recent public health guidelines, Metro is cancelling the remainder of the in-person NextGen Bus Plan workshops planned for March and April. We are transitioning to alternative ways of gathering public input. Planning for the future of bus service in LA County is still a top focus for our Metro staff so we can provide L.A. County residents the best possible bus service when the current public health crisis passes. We still need your input to keep this important project moving forward.

  • Explore the NextGen Virtual Workshop. This includes the ability to explore the full draft plan using interactive maps and detailed line-by-line descriptions, as well as provide comments.
  • Join us at our 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. For more information on these events, click here.
  • Submit your comments via email at

We will continue to update with the latest developments and give you details on any future meetings. Thank you for your support and participation!

2 replies

  1. I agree with Javier, the trains are the same way. the ridership is down but now it just make more room
    for the homeless sleeping like its a hotel. stretch across seats, smelling up the trains. both the greenline
    and blueline.

  2. Disgusting busses full of homeless., metro IS NOT doing anything to protect us agains this virus or anything else., disgusting.