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Crenshaw Transit Corridor Public Meetings

Shape the future of transit in the Crenshaw Corridor.  An
environmental document that explores transit improvements including Bus
Rapid Transit (BRT) and Light Rail Transit (LRT) is now available for
your review and input. (This document is formally known as a Draft
Environmental Impact Statement / Report or DEIS/DEIR.)   

Learn more about the project and share your comments with us at one of the following Open House / Public Hearings:

Wednesday, September 30, 2009
6-8 pm
Wilshire United Methodist Church
4350 Wilshire Bl
Los Angeles, CA 90010
Metro lines 20, 720, 210, 710

Thursday, October 1, 2009
6-8 pm
West Angeles Church – Crystal Room
3045 Crenshaw Bl
Los Angeles, CA  90016
Metro lines 38, 210, 710

Saturday, October 3, 2009
10 am – noon
Inglewood High School – Cafeteria
231 S. Grevillea Av
Inglewood, CA  90301
Metro lines 40, 111, 115, 212, 740

Tuesday, October 6, 2009
6 - 8 pm

Transfiguration Church Hall
2515 W. Martin Luther King Jr Bl,
Los Angeles, CA  90008
Metro lines 40, 42

Public Hearing Agenda

45 minutes

Open House
View project displays
Talk one-to-one with project representatives

15 minutes

Project Presentation

60 minutes +

Public Comment Forum
You may submit your comments verbally (2 minutes per speaker) or in writing

The deadline for comments on the DEIS/DEIR is Monday, October 26, 2009, 5PM.
 Comments can be made at the public hearings or submitted to:  Roderick
Diaz, Project Manager, Metro, One Gateway Plaza, 99-22-3, Los Angeles
CA 90012 or diazroderick@metro.net.

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