Little Tokyo Metro stakeholders meeting

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4:30p.m. - 6:30p.m.

Japanese American National Museum
369 E First St
Los Angeles, California, 90012
United States

Message from the Little Tokyo Community Council:

There will be a meeting of the Little Tokyo and Metro Regional Connector Light Rail Transit Team to discuss issues specific to the Little Tokyo area.

This is a very important meeting that would ultimately affect the future of Little Tokyo's landscape and environment.  The Metro team will present 3-D models of the intersection of 1st & Alameda, and also Temple and Alameda, and will answer questions and concerns for the 4 alternatives for the Regional Connector that is being planned to travel through Little Tokyo.  And also Metro will discuss potential construction activities and also present a sample of the construction mitigation process used during the Gold Line East Extension. 

Metro wants to provide seamless travel  for riders from all parts of Los Angeles County through Little Tokyo by providing service between existing Metro Blue and Gold Lines and the future Gold Line Eastside Extension and the Expo Line, which is slated to be operational in 2009 and 2010 respectively.  

Gold Line (from East LA to Pasadena)
Blue Line (from Long Beach to Pasadena) 
Expo Line (from Westside to East LA and also to Pasadena)

Stakeholders and businesses / residents / property owners / any interested parties to this important meeting to learn, first hand, about the 1st & Alameda intersection, and  theTemple / Alameda options for the proposed Metro Regional Connector.   This will affect the future landscape and environment of Little Tokyo, and the quality of life in Little Tokyo.



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