Tune in to an upcoming October Service Council Meeting

This month, Metro Service Councils return to their regular meeting dates and times:

San Fernando Valley: Wednesday, October 7 at 6:30 p.m.
Gateway Cities: Thursday, October 8 at 2 p.m.
South Bay: Friday, October 9 at 9:30 a.m.
San Gabriel Valley: Monday, October 12 at 5 p.m.
Westside Central: Wednesday, October 14 at 6 p.m.

The featured presentations at this month’s meetings will be an overview of the Traffic Reduction Study and an update on the Station Evaluation Program. The San Fernando Valley will also receive an update on the East San Fernando Valley Light Rail Transit Project.

The remaining agendas will be posted here at least 72 hours before each meeting. All meeting agendas include information on how to watch and participate, as well as links to the presentations and to comment.

It’s easier than ever to participate as all Service Council meetings use the same phone number and extensions.

Listen By Phone: Dial 877.422.8614 and enter 3462108#.

Listen and Comment by Phone: Dial 877.422.8614 and enter 3756328#. Callers will be announced by the last four numbers of their phone number and given two minutes to make comments.

Comment via Email: Send comments to servicecouncils@metro.net by 5 p.m. the day before the meeting. Emailed comments will be read for up to two minutes per person, per item.

Watch Online: Link to stream will appear here under Upcoming Events when the briefing begins.

Missed a Meeting or Presentation? Virtual Service Council Meeting recordings can be viewed here under Archived Meetings.

Questions? Email servicecouncils@metro.net

2 replies

  1. Why doesn’t the East San Fernando Valley Light Rail Transit project go all the way to Ventura Blvd.? It Doesn’t seem logical to stop it at the Orange Line.

    • Hi John;

      The Sepulveda Transit Corridor project is planned to cover that portion of the trip. In planning thus far, that project could start at Van Nuys Metrolink station and then continue south to Ventura Boulevard, UCLA and the Expo Line in its first phase. A portion of that project would overlap with this project to provide more transit capacity in the corridor in the stretch between the Van Nuys Metrolink station and the G Line (Orange).

      Steve Hymon
      Editor, The Source