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Register for the Last Complete Streets Training

September 23rd, 2017

Metro invites you to attend the upcoming Complete Streets Training Workshops. Please visit the Training website for more information.

To ensure widespread adoption and implementation of Complete Streets, cities and the County will need to demonstrate that they meet the requirement at the time they apply for future rounds of Metro capital grant funding. Metro encourages local jurisdictions to continue to move forward expediently with meeting the requirement.
Two-Day, In-Depth Curriculum:
Complete Streets Policy Development Process
Complete Streets Implementation from Interdepartmental Perspectives
Train applicable Metro staff and local government agency planners, engineers, decision-makers, traffic safety professionals, public health professionals, and community organizations on what makes a Complete Street.
Assist local jurisdictions to comply with State Assembly Bill 1358, Complete Streets Act of 2008 and Metro’s Complete Streets Policy.

Training Date and Location:
Tuesday, October 3 and Wednesday, October 4, 2017  
8:30 AM-4:30 PM
Metro Headquarters, Board Room
1 Gateway Plaza 
Los Angeles, CA 90012

What Happened at the Last PlanCheckNC meeting?

August 24th, 2016

PlanCheckNC – Los Angeles


Minutes: Aug. 13, 2016

Chair: Cindy Cleghorn –

1. General


2. Presentation: Ron Ziff, MTA’s bond ballot measure

Proposal: Extend existing $.05 sales tax (enacted by Measure R in 2008, ends in 2039) and new $.05 sales tax in perpetuity.

“Moral” issue with indefinite sales that future generations must pay (converse is that future generations may appreciate that their ancestors created a good funding mechanism), and that government may get complacent and fail to spend if efficiently.

MTA proposes 87 transportation projects, including Sepulveda Pass, Orange Line rail conversion, East Valley corridor.

Valley has 20% of population but only 3-6% of funding (although in 2000 Valley voted against subway).


Los Angeles County Traffic Improvement Plan

June 10th, 2016

Over the last three months, we have heard from thousands of you throughout Los Angeles County about our potential sales tax ballot measure and its draft spending plan. With your feedback in mind, Metro staff has just released its final recommendation called the Los Angeles County Traffic Improvement Plan. The Plan recommends an ongoing sustained investment for transportation with a new ½ cent sales tax and replacing the current Measure R tax starting in 2040 until voters decide to end it.  We believe this revised plan will address our transportation needs now and for many decades to come, leaving an infrastructure inheritance for our children and grandchildren.

This Plan:
Provides funds to build more critical transportation projects including accelerating nine major road and   transit projects by a combined 42 years for a savings of more than $9 billion.
Provides resources to maintain our transportation system in good working order.
Provides more money to cities and unincorporated areas throughout L.A. County for local streets, intersections, sidewalks, bike projects and other programs.
Requires greater accountability and oversight.
Guarantees a reliable transportation funding stream to our County, once and for all.
Staff will be presenting this plan to the Metro Board of Directors at their Planning and Programming Committee on Wednesday, June 15, at 2 p.m., and at their Executive Management Committee on Thursday, June 16, at 11:30 a.m. The full Board of Directors will consider adopting the revised plan, including whether to place a measure on the November ballot to raise the local sales tax and continue the Measure R sales tax beyond its 2039 expiration, at their meeting on Thursday, June 23, at 9 a.m.

Thank you for contributing to the development of our regional plan. We appreciate your interest and welcome your continued participation.

Mobility Plan 2035 Open House & Five Year Implementation Strategy

March 4th, 2015

> Mobility Plan 2035 Open House
The Department of City Planning invites you to an open house on March 24, 2015. Stop by anytime during the event to get information, ask questions, and give comments on the Mobility Plan and its Recirculated Draft EIR (Environmental Impact Report).

Tuesday March 24, 2015
6pm – 8pm, presentation at 7pm
Deaton Civic Auditorium (more…)

SR-710 Conversations

February 18th, 2011

Upcoming meetings regarding SR-710

**REMINDER: Public Hearings for Metro Regional Connector Start Tuesday**

September 26th, 2010

You are invited to a public hearing for the Regional Connector Transit Corridor Study to discuss the Draft Environmental Impact Study and Environmental Impact Report (Draft EIS/EIR).

On September 3, 2010, Metro released the Draft EIS/EIR, which analyzed the proposed project and alternatives. Metro is soliciting comments and questions regarding the Locally Preferred Alternative (LPA) and additional topics discussed in the Draft EIS/EIR.

Metro is holding two public hearings to hear your comments about the Draft EIS/EIR.

Tuesday, September 28, 2010; 6:30 to 8 p.m.
Japanese American National Museum
369 E 1st St, Los Angeles

The Tuesday meeting will be broadcasted live on the internet. Visit

Monday, October 4, 2010; 11:30 to 1 p.m.
Los Angeles Police Department Headquarters
100 W 1st Street, Los Angeles

Japanese, Spanish and Korean interpreters will be available at both meetings.

If you are unable to attend a public hearing, you can submit comment via email and U.S. Mail.

Public comments on the Draft EIS/EIR will be accepted through October 18, 2010. Submit your comments by:

e-mail to:
US Mail to: Dolores Roybal Saltarelli, Project Manager, Metro, 1 Gateway Plaza, MS 99-22-2, Los Angeles, CA 90012
visiting our website
If you would like to review information about the Regional Connector, including presentations shared with the public over the last three years, please click on the relevant link:

Copies of the Draft EIS/EIR are also available at locations throughout the study area.

Fact Sheets
Draft EIS/EIR Scoping Materials
Alternatives Analysis Materials

ADA Requirements
Special accommodations are available to the public for Metro-sponsored meetings. All requests for reasonable accommodations must be made at least three working days (72 hours) in advance of the scheduled meeting date. Please call the project information line at 213.922.7277. Our TDD line is 1.800.252.9040.