Metro’s Public Safety Advisory Committee (PSAC)

Metro’s Public Safety Advisory Committee (PSAC) meets monthly, on the first Thursday of each month starting at 6pm. The committee welcomes public comments on the work they do as they explore alternatives to policing on the system. At their April 6th meeting the committee approved a work plan that was co-created by the PSAC, staff and the CEO.  This work plan will guide the committee’s priorities in the coming year.

The work plan outlines the following five objectives:

  1. Enhance the Customer Experience by addressing perceptions of safety for riders and employees through infrastructure.
  2. Enhance the Customer Experience by addressing perceptions of safety for riders and employees through transparency and the use of data and technology.
  3. Enhance the Customer Experience tied to safety for people with disabilities and aging.
  4. Monitor strategies to address unhoused people sheltering on the system.
  5. Monitor strategies that provide alternatives to law enforcement on the system.

Members of the public are invited to attend in-person or via zoom. Meetings are held in the Metro Headquarters Board Room at 6 pm, every first Thursday of each month.

To attend online via Zoom, use the link
To listen by phone dial (888) 475 4499 and enter the webinar ID: 898 9989 6884 #
PSAC meetings will appear at

Save the date for future PSAC meetings this calendar year:

6 pm, Thursday, May 4, 2023
6 pm, Thursday, June 1, 2023
6 pm, Thursday, July 6, 2023
6 pm, Thursday, August 3, 2023
6 pm, Thursday, September 7, 2023
6 pm, Thursday, October 5, 2023
6 pm, Thursday, November 2, 2023
6 pm, Thursday, December 7, 2023

To submit questions or comments please email
Meeting agendas, recordings and minutes can be found on the PSAC website

Categories: Transportation News

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  1. Yesterday, I saw three LA Metro buses with full bus side ads pushing a new movie (I think) called “RIDE or DIE”! Don’t you think that it’s very counter to Metro’s goal to convince taxpayer/riders that it is safe to ride Metro? I think so and I also feel that some folks at 1 Gateway Plaza need “corrective interviews” to get their heads straight about making patrons feel safe and welcome on board!