Join Metro for a community meeting on the Active Transportation Strategic Plan Update

Participate in the first virtual Community Meeting for LA Metro’s Active Transportation Strategic Plan (ATSP) Update. The ATSP was first adopted in 2016 and is Metro’s vision for regional bikeways and first/last mile connectivity for all who live, work, and play within L.A. County. The ATSP Update process aims to engage local communities, stakeholders, and public agencies to foster a better environment for active transportation opportunities across LA County.

Active transportation refers to human-powered methods of travel, such as walking, bicycling and rolling to get from one place to another. The benefits of active transportation include improved health, safety, air quality and economic activity.

RSVP for the virtual community meeting on Wednesday, March 30, 2022, 5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing details on how to join the meeting. RSVP here

Attendees will receive an overview of Metro’s update efforts, review progress since the initial plan and help renew the plan’s goals and objectives. Attendees will have the opportunity to participate in Zoom polls, ask questions, and submit comments to project staff.

What Will Be Studied?

  • Recent progress in countywide active transportation and active transportation policies throughout the region
  • A refined countywide active transportation network, including regional bikeway corridors, pedestrian zones and first/last mile connectivity to public transit
  • Implementation strategies for equitable, safe and connected active transportation

If you have any questions, contact us at or call us at 213.922.4005.

Please email us if you would like to be added to the email distribution list and stay informed of the ATSP Update process.

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  1. Metro needs to add additional entrances to stations. Wilshire Vermont, Wilshire Western, Hollywood Highland. Sunset and Vermont are somewhat on the right track. Pershing Square is ideal. Knock out the panels and get it done already. Its been almost 30 years.

    I know ADA is strict, but in my opinion, all of the emergency exits, should just be exits/entrances via stairs.

    If I could avoid surface traffic and not have to cross the street, that would be awesome.

    I also REALLY wish Metro had service elevators for its workers. Missing a train because a custodian or contractor is getting an elevator with the rest of us if frustrating. Like, please don’t bring that trashcan on this elevator with all of us, and please dont make me miss my train so you can get equipment downstairs.