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About Metro

Public Safety Advisory Committee

The PSAC will work with Metro’s System Security and Law Enforcement, Office of Civil Rights, Office for Equity and Race and the Executive Officer for Customer Experience in developing a community-based approach to public safety on the transit system.

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Tunneling

Shedding Light on Tunnels​ New public transportation projects, whether rail or highway, may include construction of tunnels.  This page will provide an overview of some of the factors that help

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Active Transportation

Active transportation refers to human-powered methods of travel, such as walking, bicycling or rolling to get from one place to another. Everyone uses active transportation at some point in a

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Triple Constraints

Creating new infrastructure to deliver the movement LA needs, now and in the future, is challenging. As Metro manages our projects, we must trade between three constraints: budget, scope and

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Transit Oriented Communities

Metro is transforming LA. Metro moves almost 1.3 million people a day across LA County. Thanks to Measure M, Metro is undertaking one of the largest transportation infrastructure programs in

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Station Naming

LA County’s transit system is experiencing unprecedented growth. Many new rail stations are under construction and more are in the planning phase. The station naming process includes the following steps:

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Station Construction

Underground rail stations are an essential part of many of Metro’s existing and upcoming rail projects.   Below Ground Rail Stations   Metro currently has underground stations on the following

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Station Design Projects

Metro stations must be well located, recognizable, attractive, and easy to use, with well-designed station public areas, including plazas, concourses and platforms. Through coordination with other Metro departments, cities and

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Highway Soundwalls

Soundwalls are noise barriers built between a noise generator and a sensitive receptor, such as a residential community, in order to reduce the level of noise transmitted from the generator

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Sustainability

We’re integrating sustainability into every stage of our projects. Not only did Metro operationalize sustainability internally through a 2009 policy, we also created programs and resources to ensure everything we

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Rail Modes

During the planning and environmental evaluation process for a new rail line, many factors will be considered to determine the mode. Some of these factors include cost, available funding, carrying

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Property Acquisition

New projects need to acquire property for their construction or operations. The property acquisition process is governed by state and federal law, and is basically the same regardless of whether

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Public-Private Partnerships

A Public-Private Partnership (PPP) is a mutually beneficial collaboration between a public agency and a private sector entity. Fact Sheet Public-Private Partnerships (P3) Through this contractual arrangement, the skills and

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Joint Development

Joint Development is the real estate development program through which Metro collaborates with qualified developers to build transit-oriented developments on Metro-owned properties. Metro’s Joint Development sites are a gateway to the

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Goods Movement

Metro has a plan to make it easier to get around, which includes easing congestion to move goods through LA County in a way that fosters inclusive growth and supports

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Gentrification and Displacement

Transportation connects LA County residents to opportunity. The ability to get around provides access to jobs, education, health care, entertainment, shopping and more. Metro is working to transform our transportation

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First/Last Mile

The Plan is an approach for identifying barriers and planning and implementing improvements for the first/last mile portions of an individual’s journey.

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Equity and Race

Metro believes that access to opportunity should be at the center of decision-making around public investments and services.

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Environmental Review

Planning and building new transportation projects is complex. The time involved may seem long and frustrating – but the process is important. This fact sheet will provide an overview of

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Early Project Delivery

Metro is transforming Los Angeles with $120 billion of transportation improvements over 40 years. The Metro Board of Directors adopted an Early Project Delivery Strategy that will be used to

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Bus Rapid Transit

Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) is high-quality bus-based transit that provides fast, frequent service through bus only lanes, traffic-signal priority and high-quality stations with all-door boarding.

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Funding and Resources

Metro is responsible for programming transportation funds in Los Angeles County. Funding Measures Sales tax measures that fund Metro and provide monies for distribution to local jurisdictions: Measure M Measure

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Adjacent Development Review

Metro’s rapidly growing system presents new opportunities to catalyze land use investment and support healthy, sustainable, and integrated neighborhoods along the region’s transit network. Metro is committed to working with

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Doing Business with Metro

The following list of information and resources are provided to make doing business with us easier and more efficient than ever. Federal DBE Program The purpose of the Federal DBE

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Propositions A and C

Voter-approved tax funding measures from 1980 and 1990. Proposition A Approved by voters in November 1980, Proposition A is a half-cent sales tax dedicated to transportation funding and was the

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Measure R

Measure R passed in 2008 to fund transportation projects and programs. What is Measure R? A two-thirds majority of LA County voters approved the Measure R half-cent sales tax in

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Local Return

Local Return provides funding to Los Angeles County cities for local transportation projects. Local Return Program The Proposition A, Proposition C, and Measure R and Measure M Local Return programs

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Call for Projects

Metro’s Call for Projects program was a competitive process that distributed discretionary capital transportation funds to regionally significant projects. Download Plan Metro Call for Projects Metro is responsible for allocating

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Federal Section 5310 Program

The next solicitation and application for LA County Section 5310 funds is estimated for release Fall 2022. Federal Section 5310 The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) is the

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STIP

Metro develops Los Angeles County’s funding priorities for the State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), and submits to the California Transportation Commission (CTC). State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) Metro, as the

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SB1

The Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 (SB 1) presents Metro and local agencies with new and expanded funding opportunities to implement local and regional priorities. The Road Repair

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Cap-and-Trade

Funding for projects that help the state meet its climate goals. Cap-and-Trade Proceeds from California’s Cap-and-Trade Program are deposited into the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund to fund projects that help

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Active Transportation Program (ATP)

The Active Transportation Program (ATP) is a key source of funding for bicycle and pedestrian projects statewide and in Los Angeles County. Active Transportation Program (ATP) The Active Transportation Program

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Federal Transportation Improvement Plan (FTIP)

The FTIP includes regionally significant and/or federally funded transit, highway, local roadway, bridge, freight, bicycle, and pedestrian capital and non-capital projects. Federal Transportation Improvement Plan (FTIP) The Transportation Improvement Plan

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Fareless System Initiative

Metro is examining how to create a program that riders can use to access the Metro bus and rail system for free. Request more info (School Districts only) Overview After

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Women & Girls Governing Council

WGGC was established in September 2017 to examine Metro policies, programs and services, as well as make recommendations to the CEO. With consideration of the unique obstacles faced by women and girls, the council looks to find opportunities to remove barriers to success and expand opportunities at, within and on Metro.

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Metro Policy Advisory Council

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Records Services

Metro Records Management Center services manages off-site storage and disposition of inactive records, capturing and indexing Metro records.

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Privacy Policy

The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) respects your privacy. The following describes our Privacy Policy in relation to the information you submit via metro.net, and how it is used.

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Site Map

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Copyright

Terms and Conditions The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) provides transit services and Agency information as a resource to the public and transit customers in Southern California via

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