New METRO

‘Re-imagining’ Public Meetings Scheduled

After the big announcement earlier this month, the Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County, Texas is ready to move to the next major phase in its System Re-imagining plan.  METRO has released it’s schedule of public meetings to gather input about the proposed system changes.

The public meetings are in addition to feedback that METRO is able to receive right now via the website, by phone and by email.  Here’s the info from METRO’s website.  All meeting times are from 6pm-8pm…

METRO is excited to share the Draft Reimagined Network Plan with everyone, so if you would like a speaker to present the plan to your organization or community group, or have a question about the plan, please email Reimagining@RideMETRO.org.

We will also be conducting a series of public meetings to share more information and receive feedback on the Draft Reimagined Network Plan.

May 28 — Magnolia Multi-Service Center, 7037 Capitol St.

May 29 —Metropolitan Multi-Service Center, 1475 W. Gray St.

June 3 —Ellis Memorial Church of Christ, 412 Massachusetts St.

June 12 — Trini Menenhall Sosa Community Center, 1414 Wirt Rd.

June 16 — HCC – Northwest College (Spring Branch Campus), 1010 W. Sam Houston Pkwy. N.

June 19 — HCC – Southwest College (Alief Hayes Campus), 2811 Hayes Rd.

June 26 — Baker-Ripley Neighborhood Center, 6500 Rookin St.

July 9 — White Oak Conference Center, 7603 Antoine Dr.

July 10 — Hiram Clarke Multi-Service Center, 3810 W. Fuqua St.

July 15 — Westbury Baptist Church, 10425 Hillcroft St.

July 20 — Third Ward Multi-Service Center, 3611 Ennis St.

July 21 — Sunnyside Multi-Service Center, 4605 Wilmington St.

July 22 — Mangum-Howell Center, 2500 Frick Rd.

July 24 — Northeast Multi-Service Center, 9720 Spaulding St.

July 28 — Acres Homes Multi-Service Center, 6719 W. Montgomery Rd.

July 31 — Kashmere Multi-Service Center, 4802 Lockwood Dr.

 

Hopefully community members, especially those that most depend on METRO’s services, will make it to one of these meetings, have their voices heard. and allow METRO to address some of the concerns that have arisen with the new plan.

 

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