METRO wants Public Input on the Draft 2019 Public Participation Plan by April 12th

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Public outreach and community engagement are fundamental and mandatory activities for Metro. Metro staff have released the draft Public Participation Plan (PPP) for 2019 and the agency wants input from the public before bringing it to the Metro Board for their consideration later this year. 

The Federal Transit Administration requires Metro to issue a Public Participation Plan (Plan) as part of its  Title VI Program Update every three years. The Plan guides all of Metro’s outreach to gather important public input on possible changes to bus and rail service, new projects in planning and in construction, fares and other programs. 

Anyone can submit comments about the draft Plan until April 12th. Share your voice to help shape Metro's outreach in communities. 

How to submit comments by April 12:

In-Person – attend one of the meetings where the Plan will be presented and oral and written comments at the meeting will be recorded.

Mail – Address the letter to:

Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Community Relations
Attn: Michael Cortez
One Gateway Plaza, MS 99-13-1
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Email – Send comments to communityrelations@metro.net

Online Comment Form – Submit a comment online here.

For more information, visit their website at www.metro.net/about/special-projects/public-participation-plan/