Union Station Master Plan – Community Meeting

Metro invites you to attend the latest update meeting in preparation of the Draft Master Plan, including presentation of project cost estimates, commercial development opportunities and a conceptual design of the forecourt. Meetings are open to the public and we urge you to invite your friends and neighbors.

 

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Union Station Master Plan Project Update

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The Week in Livable Streets Events

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Community Workshop for Union Station Master Plan

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The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority will hold a community workshop to unveil draft alternatives for the Union Station Master Plan on Thursday, May 2, and invites public participation and comment. The draft alternatives focus on options for the main transit activities at the station including bus, Metro Rail, Metrolink, and Amtrak while allowing […]

Westside Mobility Plan Community Workshop

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We want to hear from you regarding solutions for our region’s most congested area! The Westside Mobility Plan project team invites you to a community workshop to hear the latest updates on the project and to review and provide input on four mobility improvement packages developed from community ideas and recommendations received over the last […]

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