Metro is encouraging attendance at meetings on its NextGen Bus Plan.
The plan aims to increase the frequency of buses; improve midday, evening and weekend service; and create stops within one-quarter mile or less of most riders’ destinations. The NextGen regional service concept was reviewed and approved by the Metro Board of Directors last summer. It defines the goals and objectives of the new bus network and was developed through consideration of technical data, priorities and personal experiences of nearly 20,000 residents who submitted input.
A Los Angeles regional meeting will be held on Saturday, Feb. 22, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Board Room at Los Angeles Metro Headquarters, 1 Gateway Plaza. Additional meetings are scheduled on Feb. 25 in the city of Bell, Feb. 26 in the South Bay and Feb. 27 in the San Fernando Valley. For information, visit metro.net/nextgen.
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