Metro and local officials today celebrated the groundbreaking for advanced utility work on the first segment of the estimated $1.6 to $2 billion East San Fernando Valley light rail project, [continue reading]
Metro and the city of Los Angeles are partnering to improve speed, frequency, and reliability for the over 12,000 daily boardings/passengers who ride Metro Line 234 along the Sepulveda Boulevard corridor in the San Fernando Valley. That’s why we’re proposing bus lanes along a 5.5-mile segment of Sepulveda Blvd. and [continue reading]
Join us for a virtual webinar on Zoom to learn about biking and walking improvements proposed for the streets near the future, elevated Metro G Line (Orange) Sepulveda Station and [continue reading]
See Metro Art commissioned short films (and get in a round of mini-golf!) at a free screening in the San Fernando Valley on Thursday 9/29 at 6:30 p.m.
Beyond the Valley Girl by filmmaker Tania Ordoñez and SFV: Collective Movement by Gemma Jimenez-Gonzalez are two short films that were commissioned by Metro Art in 2021, as part of arts-based engagement and research to help inform future transportation investments in the San Fernando Valley.
Metro today joined the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) and other local and state officials to announce the completion of 5.4 miles of new sound walls along State Route 170 [continue reading]
The Sepulveda Transit Corridor project is hosting a virtual community meeting to provide an update on the project’s recently completed public scoping period. Metro last fall began the environmental phase [continue reading]
The North San Fernando Valley Transit Corridor project is hosting community meetings in June to provide the communities and stakeholders an update on the project. Scroll down to see meeting [continue reading]
The May Service Council meetings continue to be held virtually due to the COVID-19 Safer at Home orders. This month, all Council meetings will get updates on the Station Evaluation Program, Metro’s Public Participation Plan, and their usual regional updates. They’ll also vote on whether to go dark (not meet) [continue reading]
Metro is beginning the environmental review phase for the Sepulveda Transit Corridor project, which will build a heavy rail line or monorail between the San Fernando Valley and the Westside. A second phase will eventually be built to LAX. Metro will also be holding two virtual meetings in the coming weeks. Each meeting [continue reading]
Public comment period begins today for Sepulveda Transit Corridor environmental study; here are the six alternatives
Metro is beginning the environmental review phase for the Sepulveda Transit Corridor project, which will build a heavy rail line or monorail between the San Fernando Valley and the Westside. A second phase will eventually be built to LAX. As part of the environmental review, a formal public comment period will [continue reading]