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Recovery Task Force

Read the final report from Metro's Recovery Task Force here

Metro’s COVID-19 Recovery Task Force has released A Path Forward , their final report, completing the work begun in April of 2020. Recommendations in the report — including accelerating bus and bike lanes, enhancing amenities at rail stations and bus stops, offering incentives to reduce car ownership, more seamlessly integrating services from the region’s many transit operators, and reducing construction costs — are meant to help advance better mobility and equity than before the pandemic.

If individual recommendations need a policy or program change, or additional funding, they will go to the Metro Board of Directors for discussion and public comment. When there is progress to report or decision points that can benefit from public input, we will add updates to this site.

You can also read a PowerPoint, which outlines the final recommendations in Spanish, here .

You can also read the past Recovery Task Force progress report's here:

Thank you for those who joined our virtual public meeting on October 1, 2020 and July 9, 2020. You can watch the recordings of the meetings:

The Recovery Task Force has reviewed and assessed all the comments and questions received and has made updates to the final draft recommendations. The Recovery Task Force will continue to work on recommendations for a final report issued before the end of 2020. Any progress reports or opportunities for additional public and stakeholder engagement will be posted on this website,

Thank you again for your support and input. May you and your families be safe.

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Please submit any feedback specifically for the draft final report's recommendations by February 8, 2021 via this form.