Metro Citizen’s Advisory Committee

Jane Matsumoto will present an update on Metro’s Transit Access Pass
(TAP) program at the Wednesday January 21 meeting of Metro Citizens’
Advisory Council, beginning at 6:30 p.m.

The Citizens’ Advisory
Council meets in the Gateway Plaza conference room on the third floor
of the Metro headquarters building, adjacent to Patsaouras Transit
Plaza just east of Union Station in downtown Los Angeles. The event is
free and open to the public.

After the presentation the CAC
members will pose questions. Then members of the public in the audience
will be given an opportunity to ask one or two questions each. 

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