Metro’s Regional Service Councils are composed of elected officials and/or private citizens that regularly use public transit within the region they represent, have an understanding of the mobility needs of their community, and knowledge and appreciation of their region’s history. Council Members serve 3-year terms and may serve more than one three-year term if re-appointed by the nominating authority and confirmed by the Metro Board.
Metro’s Service Councils and staff supporting them are responsible for:
- Contributing to the planning and approving implementation of bus transit route service changes within their area; approving all proposed permanent route changes which exceed a cumulative $100,000 annual operating cost change, excluding turnaround and out of service route modifications;
- Calling and conducting public hearings for all major service changes within their area;
- Providing locally accessible public forums (monthly meetings, public hearings) for transit users and others interested in transit in each of the Council regions to voice concerns, suggestions, questions and input on how Metro can best serve our customers;
- Facilitating partnerships with municipal and local transit service providers that promote a shared vision to improve service integration and coordination, resulting in more efficient service and better use of resources.
There are currently no vacancies on the Gateway Cities Service Council.
San Fernando Valley
There are currently no vacancies on the San Fernando Valley Service Council.
San Gabriel Valley
There are currently no vacancies on the San Gabriel Valley Service Council.
There are currently no vacancies on the South Bay Service Council.
There are currently no vacancies on the Westside Central Service Council.