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Westside Extension Transit Corridor Study Update

12:20 PM PDT on May 2, 2008

You are invited
Please join us for the next round of community meetings to learn
about progress on the Westside Extension Transit Corridor Study. This
study is evaluating alternatives to address the growing traffic and
congestion in the 38 square mile study area.

Wilshire/Fairfax area:
6 - 8pm, Monday, May 5th
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Terrace Room, 5th Floor
5905 Wilshire Bl, Los Angeles
Served by Metro lines 20, 720, 920, 217 and 780. Validated parking is
available in the Museum’s 6th Street underground garage. Enter from 6th
and Ogden.

Metro has completed two rounds of community meetings – in October 2007
and January/February 2008. The first set of meetings allowed for input
to shape the study. The second set of meetings presented the initial
alternatives that resulted from the earlier community input. These
alternatives include various modes, as well as potential alignments and
station locations.

Please join us now to learn about the refined set of alternatives that
will continue for further study and the schedule for future steps.
Content presented at these meetings will be identical, so make sure to
attend at the time and location most convenient for you.

Agenda

6:00 - 6:30pm Open House
6:30 - 7:15pm Project Update Presentation
7:15 - 8:00pm Question & Answer Session

For additional information or questions, please visit the Westside Extension Transit Corridor Study website at metro.net/westside or contact the project information line at 213.922.6934.

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