Metro's $8.8 billion FY22-23 budget includes transit service hours returning to pre-COVID levels, but so did the FY21-22 budget. Metro is also increasing annual funding for freeway expansion, while decreasing annual funding for transit expansion.
Metro Committee committee and public meetings, the Supervisors consider lowering speed limits and Juneteenth. Varies – L.A. County Public Health’s 2 p.m. COVID-19 briefings are one or two days each week. Watch at the County Channel, Channel 94 on most cable systems, or via the County of Los Angeles Facebook page, where broadcast briefings are archived. Monday 6/13 – Tonight! […]
Earlier this morning, the “Southwest Corridor” cities voted for a new official to represent them on the Metro Board of Directors, replacing Santa Monica Councilwoman Pam O’Connor with Inglewood Mayor James Butts. The vote needs to be ratified by the City Selection Committee when it meets in January. Assuming he is approved by the full […]
At this Thursday’s meeting, Metro’s Board of Directors will be voting on modest changes to the way the agency manages parking. Theoretically, these changes are expected to set the stage for increased parking revenue, which has positives for walkability and livability, but the devil may be in the details. According to the staff presentation [PDF], Metro currently […]
Stay tuned to this link for more on the Metro Board Meeting. 9:38 – The Metro Board meeting is already in full swing, and they came out hot with Supervisor Mark RMetidley-Thomas introducing his motion to grade separate the Crenshaw Line from 48th Street to 59th Street and to include a station at Leimert Park. […]