Don’t fear if you missed last night’s Telephone Town Hall on Metro’s sales tax ballot measure. There is another next Wednesday, Oct. 19, from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Here’s the info on participating:
Thirty thousand registered voters will be called, at random, through an automated system and invited to participate in the telephone forum. Those who choose to participate can hear about Measure M, Metro’s long range transportation plan, local bus and rail service, and other projects underway.
How to participate in the Telephone Town Hall
In addition to automatic calls, you can also RSVP to receive an email reminder.
On the day of the meeting, call the toll-free call-in number:
Listen online to the Live Webcast from your browser:
ADA Language Accommodation : If you require an interpreter or other accommodations, please contact Metro at least 72 hours prior to the telephone town hall meeting date at 323-466-3876 or California Relay Service at 711.
Measure M is Metro’s sales tax ballot measure that would raise the countywide sales tax by a half cent and continue the Measure R half-cent sales tax beyond its expiration date in mid-2039. The sales tax revenues would be used to fund a number of highway, transit, pedestrian and biking projects, as well as provide funds to local cities for their own transportation projects. Click here to for more about Measure M. And here is the timeline of projects and programs the ballot measure would fund (scroll down).