Foothill Transit and its partners vaccinate more than 1,300 people during its March 13 pop up COVID-19 vaccine clinic at the Foothill Transit Covina Transit Center. The next pop-up clinic will take place on April 17.
SGV Connect interviews: Dan Lafferty and Paul Alva of L.A. County Public Works about the rainwater capture project at Bassett High School in La Puente, and Diane Velez of Active SGV about Metro's proposed fareless transit initiative
Azusa Walks will provide an overview of the pedestrian travel network in the city, identify barriers, and provide options to improve conditions that will encourage walking such as sidewalks and crosswalk improvements.
"Those that were initially concerned about my dedication and my focus, please don't be." Dutra said. "You have my commitment that I will be there until we get things that we need and get get things that we deserve."
Active SGV's Clean Mobility Assessment is looking to get feedback from El Monte and South El Monte residents. An online survey is available in English, Spanish, Chinese and Vietnamese, and a virtual input meeting will take place next month.
Sandoval "I remember as a kid riding on the RTD bus, it was a lifeline for my mom who used public transportation with the family to go to the park, or go to work for 30+ years... 40 years later, an opportunity to serve on the Metro board."