The Federal Transit Administration requires Metro to issue a Public Participation Plan (Plan) as part of its Title VI Program Update every three years. The Plan guides all of Metro’s outreach to gather important public input on possible changes to bus and rail service, new projects in planning and in construction, fares and other programs. Metro continues to go above and beyond legal requirements in seeking public input in an effort to make Metro’s 2019 Plan the best that it can be.
On March 6, 2019, Metro released the 2019 Draft Plan for public review and comment period which concluded on April 12, 2019. During the month of March, Metro presented the 2019 Draft Plan and received public comments about the document at the Local Service Councils and Citizen’s Advisory Council.
Metro staff is currently reviewing public comments received and revising the Draft Plan in response to public comments.
View the Draft Plan .
The revised Plan will be submitted to the Metro Board for their consideration and approval in late Summer/early Fall 2019. If adopted by the Metro Board, the Metro’s 2019 Plan will serve as the baseline for all Metro public outreach.