METRO is conducting three community meeting rounds of their Feasibility Study for the Sepulveda Transit Corridor Project. Tomorrow’s meeting is the last meeting in round two. Currently there are four concepts and all require tunneling beneath Bel-Air (see map below).
Where is Saturday's meeting?
The meeting will be held on Saturday, August 3, 2019 at the Marvin Braude Constituent Service Center at 6262 Van Nuys Bl, Van Nuys, CA 91401. Overflow seating will be set up in the lobby area.
What time is the meeting?
The doors will open at 9:45am. The open house will begin at 10am, with an English presentation at 10:30am, followed by Q&A. The Spanish presentation will begin at 11:45am, followed by Q&A in Spanish. English/Spanish and Spanish/English interpretation with headsets will be provided throughout the meeting. The meeting will conclude at 1pm. Refreshments, including a light lunch, will be served.
How do I get to the meeting?
Metro Bus 233 and 237 stop at the corner of Van Nuys Bl and Sylvan St. The Metro Orange Line Van Nuys station is located three blocks south. Attendees may also park for free at the Metro Orange Line Sepulveda Station and travel one stop to the Van Nuys Station.
Via Car: Limited parking is available in the underground parking garage (Entrance off Sylvan St). Additional free parking is available at the Metro Orange Line Van Nuys Station at Van Nuys Bl and Aetna St. Street parking is also available. We encourage you to carpool as there is limited parking. Please plan ahead to allow enough time to secure parking and walk the short distance to the meeting.
Will there be both English and Spanish presentations provided?Yes, we are designing this open house to meet the needs of both our English speaking and Spanish speaking audiences.
How can I make my voice heard?
Metro is committed to ensuring that all participants can fairly and clearly ask questions, and share ideas, comments and concerns about this project. To provide a safe and equitable process during this community meeting, we are asking for your help. During the community meeting, please:
Turn cell phones off or set them to vibrate
Treat fellow community members, agency representatives, Metro staff and others with respect both during and after the meeting
Address all comments to Metro staff and consultants - not to other attendees
Do not block the view of other participants
Do not display large signs with sticks attached or banners or other promotional materials; signs must be no larger than 8 ½" X 11
We reserve the right to end the meeting at any point, if we are unable to conduct the meeting consistent with these guidelines.
All of the information that is being presented at the public meetings is available on the project website: https://www.metro.net/projects/sepulvedacorridor/ under the "Meetings" tab.
Stakeholder feedback is encouraged by Labor Day (Sept. 2, 2019), but we will continue to collect feedback through the fall, which will be gathered in the outreach report submitted to the Board with the Alternatives Analysis report.