Harbor Subdivision Transit Corridor Community Meetings

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You are invited to attend a Harbor Subdivision Transit Corridor Alternatives Analysis (AA) project update meeting. In September 2008, Metro held four Early Scoping meetings to obtain community input on the alternatives and environmental issues to be studied in the AA. Based on feedback received at those meetings and more detailed technical analysis, a set of modal and routing alternatives has been developed for further study.

Please join us to receive a status update and a schedule for future project milestones for the Harbor Subdivision Transit Corridor.

April 21, 2009 (6 p.m.)
Boys and Girls Club of the Los Angeles Harbor
100 W 5th St
San Pedro, CA

April 22, 2009 (6 p.m.)
Redondo Beach Main Library
303 Pacific Coast Highway
Redondo Beach, CA

April 27, 2009 (6 p.m.)
Inglewood City Hall, Community Room
One Manchester Blvd
Inglewood, CA

April 30, 2009 (11:30 a.m.)
Metropolitan Water District, Room 2145
700 N. Alameda St.
Los Angeles, CA

May 2, 2009 (10 a.m.)
Augustus Hawkins Nature Park
5790 Compton Av
Los Angeles, CA

For more information, visit: or call 213-922-4004.

Metro 'Live' Chat Tomorrow

Metro’s Chief Operating Officer Carolyn Flowers will host a live internet chat at noon, Friday, April 3, at Flowers will discuss what it takes to run one of the largest bus operations in the United States. Other topics to be discussed in the live chat include:

What bus-related projects are first in line to receive Meausre R dollars?

Can Measure Mr be used to keep the buses running or can it only go toward construction projects?

Will the President’s stimulus plan offer anything for bus riders?

Is Metro still looking for bus operators?

Flowers will also be answering questions from the public that are submitted in advance of the live conversation.