The Metro Board of Directors meets at 10 a.m. Thursday, March 24. As has been the case since March 2020, the meeting will be held online only due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
You can download a pdf of the agenda by clicking here. This page also has links to all staff reports. The webstream of the meeting will appear at that link shortly before the meeting begins. A recording of the webstream will also be posted online a few days after the meeting for those who can’t listen or watch live.
Live public comment can only be given by telephone. The Board Meeting begins at 10:00 AM Pacific Time on March 24, 2022; you may join the call 5 minutes prior to the start of the meeting.
Dial-in: 888-251-2949 and enter English Access Code: 8231160#
Spanish Access Code: 4544724#
Public comment will be taken as the Board takes up each item. To give public comment on an item, enter #2 (pound-two) when prompted. Please note that the live video feed lags about 30 seconds behind the actual meeting. There is no lag on the public comment dial-in line.
Instrucciones para comentarios publicos en vivo: Los comentarios publicos en vivo solo se pueden dar por telefono. La Reunion de la Junta comienza a las 10:00 AM, hora del Pacifico, el 24 de Marzo de 2022. Puedes unirte a la llamada 5 minutos antes del comienso de la junta.
Marque: 888-251-2949 y ingrese el codigo. Codigo de acceso en ingles: 8231160#
Codigo de acceso en espanol: 4544724#
Los comentarios del público se tomaran cuando se toma cada tema. Para dar un comentario público sobre una tema ingrese # 2 (Tecla de numero y dos) cuando se le solicite. Tenga en cuenta que la transmisión de video en vivo se retrasa unos 30 segundos con respecto a la reunión real. No hay retraso en la línea de acceso telefónico para comentarios públicos.
Among the items the Board are scheduled to consider:
•The Board will consider approving the Title VI Service and Fare Equity Analysis for the Crenshaw/LAX Line and Regional Connector operating plans. Staff report
•The Board will consider a motion directing Metro to take necessary steps to build a connector path between Union Station and the future bike path along the L.A. River in downtown L.A. that Metro is building.
•The Board will consider receiving-and-filing this update on work thus far of the 710 South Clean Truck program. Staff report
•The Board will receive an update on funding for high-speed rail projects and other projects that would improve commuter rail and regional mobility in L.A. County. Staff report
•The Board will consider a contract modification with BYD to extend the range of electric buses to be used on the J (Silver) Line. Staff report
•The Board will consider adopting findings that would allow the Board to continue meeting virtually because of the ongoing pandemic.
•The Board will consider extending Metro’s Exclusive Negotiation Agreement with a developer for a joint development at North Hollywood Station on the 15 acres of land owned by Metro. The Project would include a consolidated transit center with 29 bus bays, a new portal into the B Line station, new transit amenities, 1,527 housing units (311 of which are affordable), 100,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space, nearly 500,000 square feet of office space and an acre of public open space. Presentation and staff report. Here’s the site plan: