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Metro East San Fernando Valley rail construction update, fare capping, and more.

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Metro East San Fernando Valley rail construction update, Metro fare capping, and more.

  • Thursday 6/29 and Tuesday 7/11 - Metro will host two Community Open Houses for its East San Fernando Valley Light Rail project. Metro staff will share project information and respond to your questions, discuss upcoming construction activities and what to expect, the launch of the Community Leadership Council, the Eat Shop Play program, and other programs. An in-person meeting will be Thursday 6/29 from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Alicia Broadous-Duncan Multi-Purpose Senior Center at 11300 Glenoaks Boulevard in Pacoima. A virtual meeting will take place on Tuesday 7/11 from 6-7:30 p.m. via Zoom. Additional information at Metro project page.
  • Was Thursday 6/29 but postponed to Monday 7/10 - The opening date for the new Mt. San Antonio College Transit Center had been announced for this Thursday, but the date has been pushed back to 7/10. Additional details available at Mt. SAC post.
  • Saturday 7/1 - Starting this Saturday, Metro will no longer sell daily and weekly passes. Instead riders get fare capping: using a TAP card riders will pay-as-you-go up to the cost of a pass, then additional rides are free. Details at SBLA or The Source.
  • Mark your calendars: 626 Golden Streets ArroyoFest open streets event will take place on the 110 Freeway on Sunday 10/29!

Did we miss anything? Is there something we should list on future calendars? Email joe [at] streetsblog.org

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