Policy & Funding

Metro enhances reporting and tracking of sexual harassment and asks victims to always call law enforcement to report incidents

Metro is making a series of improvements to better support victims of sexual harassment on the Metro Bus and Rail system. Victims are encouraged to first call 888-950-7233 or text 213-788-2777 to report sexual harassment incidences..  Marketing began to promote the new sexual harassment message on our system earlier this month. [continue reading]

Mobility at an intersection

In March, Los Angeles traffic as we know it vanished overnight after safer-at-home orders were issued. With the coronavirus beginning to claim lives, many of us would have welcomed the traffic back, and other signs of normalcy, in a heartbeat. Then, beginning in late May, city and county officials imposed [continue reading]

California’s transit agencies request emergency funding relief to prevent permanent cuts to local service

The following is a news release issued Wednesday by the California Transit Association, which represents transit agencies across the state, including Metro: California Transit Association issues formal request for relief funding to state and federal leadership, launches “California Without Transit” statewide ad campaign SACRAMENTO – California’s local public transit agencies, suffering [continue reading]