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Metro's Accessibility Advisory Committee (AAC) meets monthly in the Gateway Plaza Conference Room, 3rd floor in the Metro Headquarters building in downtown Los Angeles. AAC Agendas are available in alternative formats upon request. Please call 213.922.4308. Live captioning is provided at every AAC meeting.
The Blue Ribbon Committee is an initiative to develop a regional transit service concept which will serve as the blueprint for the transit system in which systems integration/coordination, service quality attractiveness, customer/employee focus, and sustainability are critical elements.
The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) is dedicated to assisting the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) meet its mission for the continuous improvement of an efficient and effective transportation system for Los Angeles County. The OIG reports to the Metro Board of Directors and keeps the Metro Office of the CEO and management informed about issues affecting Metro programs, operations, and opportunities for improvement.
The establishment of a Technical Advisory Committee is required by state law dating back to the formation of the Los Angeles County Transportation Commission (LACTC), predecessor agency to Metro. Since its formal inception in 1977, the TAC has undergone periodic reviews of its membership, functions and responsibilities based upon the changing needs of this agency; however, its function remains relatively unchanged. The TAC meets on the first Wednesday of each month at 9:30 a.m.
"Under the authority of the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority hereinafter called Metro, the Bus Operations Subcommittee, also referred to as BOS, shall be consulted on issues and will provide technical input/assistance to Metro by reviewing and evaluating the various transportation policies, operating issues, and transportation financing programs in Los Angeles County. BOS shall review, comment upon and make recommendations on such matters as referred to it by Metro."
Provides technical input on issues affecting local transportation systems including fixed route circulation, commuter services, paratransit, transportation demand management and rail feeder services. The LTSS meets the last Thursday of the month at 1:30 p.m.
The Streets and Freeways Subcommittee is a technical subcommittee of Metro’s Technical Advisory Committee (TAC). Members provide assistance to Metro by reviewing and evaluating various transportation policies, issues and transportation funding programs in Los Angeles County as they pertain to:
Provides technical input on TDM and air quality issues. Meets every other month from 10:00- 12:00 pm.
Metro commissions artists to incorporate art into a wide array of transportation projects throughout Los Angeles County. From bus stops to rail stations, streetscapes to bus interiors, construction fences to poetry works, art creates a sense of place and engages transit riders.
To help you reduce the stress of your daily commute Metro provides information on options to driving alone. We provide information and services to employers and commuters in Los Angeles County. Metro makes it easy to find the information you need in just a few clicks.
Every six months, typically in June and December, Metro Operations undergoes a service change program. We adjust existing services to accommodate patron ridership demands and to help ensure better connections between Metro Bus, Metro Rail and other transit services throughout the region, including Metrolink, based on funding fluctuations.
Metro’s Transit Education team offers this pilot program to grades K-12 for all schools in the Los Angeles Unified School District, providing access to Metro Bus and Rail service for students, faculty and chaperones only.
In an effort to improve the experience of its patrons, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro), has adopted an Ordinance that is commonly referred to as the Customer Code of Conduct. The Code sets out prohibited behaviors for everyone who uses Metro facilities and/or rides the Metro system.
Commitment: Metro is an equal employment opportunity employer and is committed to servicing its small business community through proactive and inclusive monitoring, mentoring, training and outreach activity. DEOD is responsible for ensuring non-discrimination in Metro contracting and employment practices.
The Dorothy Peyton Gray Transportation Library and Archive is one of the most comprehensive transit operator-owned library resources in the United States. The library first opened under the Los Angeles Railway in 1890 and was reintroduced to the public by the Southern California Rapid Transit District in 1971.
The Ethics Department is committed to maintaining the Metro value of integrity in our workplace, in our transactions and in our relationships with our customers, employees, vendors, governmental entities, and other stakeholders.
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) has developed this financial section to provide relevant and timely information for individuals interested in Metro's financial data. Here you will find information about Metro's debt and investment policies and programs, bond issuances, annual reports, the annual budget, and other matters of financial interest.
In Los Angeles County, transportation decisions are an integral part of the political process and daily life for the average citizen. Because of the dynamic policy-making process and the involvement of multiple levels of government, Metro's ability to plan, program, and deliver transportation services is greatly impacted by federal, state and local legislation.
Transit Education Programs have reached 16.5 million people in FY09 with presentations, tours, participation in events and community outreach.
Metro Bus service is organized into five geographic regions, called service sectors: Gateway Cities, San Fernando Valley, San Gabriel Valley, South Bay, Westside/Central
Our sector operates the Metro Purple, Red, Blue Green and Gold lines. With 62 stations and over 73 miles of track, Metro Rail can take you just about anywhere in Southern California. During the heavy peak travel times, there are as many as 250 trains operating throughout the system. We have over 1,100 employees including train operators, mechanics, track engineers, clerks, safety inspectors and others serving you everyday.
The Project Labor Agreement (PLA) is an agreement negotiated with the Los Angeles/Orange County Building Construction Trades Council and approved by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) Board of Directors that will help facilitate the timely completion of transit and highway projects in Los Angeles County.
Metro offers film production companies, photographers and videograpghers a world of varied and convenient film locations throughout Los Angeles County, as well as two creative ways for qualified advertisers of both products and services to utilize its bus and rail system to reach potential customers.
Metro is dedicated to fair and open competition. Procurement & Material Management is committed to providing opportunities for all vendors interested in meeting the goods and services needs for Metro's planning, operations and construction activities. We want to do business with you… jump on board!
Metro is dedicated to the conservation of energy and all natural resources. Investment Recovery Surplus Sales accomplishes that by offering reusable goods for sale to the public. Items being offered for bid are listed here on this website in addition to listings on eBay and Public/Surplus sites. Register here to be included on our solicitations list. Listed below is an assortment of items often available for purchase.
Passenger trains in LA County were only a memory when Metro Rail’s first line opened on July 14, 1990. Now, 20 years later, rail has become an integral part of the county’s transit system.
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority and the Public Transportation Services Corporation (together, hereinafter, referred to as “Metro”), are committed to ensuring that no person is excluded from participation in, or denied the benefits of its services on the basis of race, color or national origin as protected by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended.
Passengers who use Metro service may have questions or concerns that they need to discuss with a Metro passenger relations representative. If reporting a specific incident, please note if at all possible the bus number (located on the front of the bus and inside the bus above the fare box) and/or the operator’s badge number (located on the patch on the driver’s right sleeve), along with the date, time and location of the incident. This service is available weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. by calling 213.922.6235 to submit comments online 24/7.
You can now apply easier and faster for Metro jobs with a new online application process which replaces Metro’s previous electronic application.
Find information on Art Tours and the Metro Speakers Bureau
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