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Dear Dorothy,
Make the Connection at Metro’s 7th Annual Older Adult Transportation Expo taking place at the Pasadena Convention Center. Whether you are new to public transportation or a seasoned traveler, the event will provide an opportunity to learn  about new programs and services to help you travel on public transit with ease.
Thursday, May 18
9 am – 2 pmPasadena Convention Center
300 East Green Street
Pasadena, 91101Pasadena Convention Center is a half a mile walk from Metro’s L Line (Gold) Memorial Park Station. Free shuttles will be available at the station, sponsored by Pasadena Transit.
*Metro will NOT provide parking validation.

Free continental breakfast, lunch and giveaways will be provided to registered attendees. All Metro events are accessible to persons with disabilities. ADA accommodations and translation are available by calling 213.922.2299 at least 72 hours in advance.

Para ver la información del evento en español, haga clic aquí.

To learn more about On the Move Riders Program and ongoing activities,
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Metro Invites You to Participate in The Telephone Town Hall on March 28

Metro invites the public to provide feedback about the agency’s Fiscal Year 2024 Budget process during a live, interactive Telephone Town Hall on Tuseday, March 28, from 6PM to 7PM.

Metro encourages all Angelenos to provide input on funding for Metro projects and programs including Metro’s reimagined public safety, cleaning efforts, and service enhancements.  Staff will be on hand to provide information about these and ongoing projects such as the Purple Line Extension and East San Fernando Valley Lines. Public participation is important to ensure that the needs and priorities of the public are reflected in the FY24 budget.

Participants can register in advance for Metro’s Telephone Town Hall meeting at

Alternately, the public may also join the meeting using the following phone numbers (please only call on the specific date and time of the meeting)

English: On the day and time of the meeting, the toll-free call-in number is 888-400-1932

Spanish: On the day and time of the meeting, the toll-free call-in number is 888-400-9342

Those who want to participate via webcast through their computers can do so through one of the following links:

English Webcast Link for 3/28/2023:

Spanish Webcast Link for 3/28/2023:


Take a survey for a chance to win a $100 gift card

Participe en la encuesta para la oportunidad de ganar una tarjeta de regalo de $100

Metro Micro is a pilot project, and this survey will help us understand how you have been traveling with Metro Micro. Your response will help us make Metro Micro better and you will also be entered in a raffle for a chance to win a $100 pre-paid Visa card.

Metro Micro es un proyecto piloto, y esta encuesta nos ayudará a entender cómo ha sido su viaje con Metro Micro. Su respuesta nos ayudará a mejorar Metro Micro y también participará en una rifa de una tarjeta Visa prepago de $100.

Reviewing Traffic Safety in Altadena from Supervisor Barger’s Motion to address the recent pedestrian deaths in our community.


Traffic Safety in Altadena 2023


March 28th, 2023 – 7PM

• Altadena Libraries: The new design
Speaker: Nikki Winslow, Altadena Library District Director
• Update on Safe Streets and sidewalks in Altadena
Speaker: Daniel Quintana, P.E., Sr. Civil Engineer, LA County Public Works

January 24th 2023 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Two deaths of pedestrians
       – Fair Oaks near Marathon
       – Holliston and Mendocino
        Captain Jabari Williams Sheriffs
        Jeremy Keller CHP

Review of Pedestrian and Traffic Safety in Altadena

    Matthew Dubiel, PE Senior Civil Engineer
         LA County Public Works

 Preparing for fire and or earthquake. Disaster preparedness for pets
Deb Halberstadt – Altadena CERT

RSVP for the next meeting is Thursday 1/26 at 7PM including a report back/follow up of the ACONA meeting for those who cannot attend and next steps for community engagement.

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Metro Los Angeles offers “Go Pass” FREE STUDENT PASSES:

Learn more here

GoPass Program

The GoPass Program is available to students at participating K-12 schools and community colleges, with a focus on helping students ride transit without the worry of paying fare. With a registered GoPass TAP card, students attending participating schools can ride Metro and other participating systems to and from school, and for trips after school and on weekends.

Learn about…


Metro LA new bus schedules and Metro Micro van share service starts, Sunday, June 27th

Big Changes  Learn More about Metro LA NextGen Service changes coming to Altadena.

Altadena to Santa Monica – Summer Beach Bus!



Altadena Historical Society / Altadena Library “Getting Around in Old Altadena: Trains, Trolleys and Automobiles”

Altadena Spring into Parks! Community Nature Challenge begins Saturday, 4/24 at Loma Alta Park! Join the City Nature Challenge, April 30-May 4th!

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DOWNLOAD FLYER HERE and RSVP to join the Community Nature Challenge!

LA County Safe Streets Demonstration Project:

Loma Alta Park “Pop-Up Sidewalk” Demonstration Project Activates with Community Walk, Saturday, 4/10, 10AM-12N

SPRING INTO PARKS! Be a part of the first ever Community Walk in the Park.  Activate the Pop-Up Sidewalk at Loma Alta Park, Saturday, April 10th from 10AM-12PM Bring your walking shoes, meet us at the Sunset Ridge Parking Lot as LA County Public Works and the Altadena Town Council Safe Streets Committee work together to activate the first of its kind, Pop Up Sidewalk Demonstration Project to provide safe space for pedestrian movement around the park in response to and during COVID restrictions.  LA County Public Works has implemented a signing and striping expanded sidewalk demonstration project for roadside safety features along Loma Alta Drive and Sunset Ridge Road and consider future solutions promote safety timely as LA County Parks works to return children and families to parks safely. Talk a walk and provide your feedback for street safety around our parks.

Vision Zero Action Plan / Slow Streets:

Altadena Slow Street Networks to date:

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