Metro Speaker’s Bureau

  • Overview

The Metro Speaker's Bureau provides free 30 to 60-minute presentations to organizations, agencies, businesses, schools and nonprofits throughout Los Angeles County on the latest Metro projects, programs and initiatives. Presentations can be provided on the following topics:

  • How to Ride Metro
  • Metro Projects
  • Local and State Transportation Funding: Measure R and M
  • Metro Career Pathways and Employment Opportunities
  • Metro Safety and Security
  • Metro Homelessness Outreach
  • Workforce Development: WIN-LA
  • Transit Oriented Communities and Joint Development
  • Rideshare and Vanpool
  • Metro Employer Annual Pass Program
  • Metro Reduced Fare Programs
  • Metro Student Field Trip Program
  • On the Move Riders Program for Older Adults
  • Metro Mobile Customer Service Center
  • Metro Sustainability
  • Metro Bike and Active Transportation Programs
  • Metro Tours
  • How to Do Business with Metro
  • LIFE (Low-Income Fair is Easy) Program

Requesting a Metro Speaker's Bureau Presentation

Please complete the Metro Speaker's Bureau Request Form. Please submit requests at least 4 to 6 weeks in advance of the event date. Once your request is received, please allow 3 to 5 business days for Metro staff to contact you.

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Rail concepts released for Sepulveda Transit Corridor project
Posted by Steve Hymon on
View this document on Scribd pdf here A series of three community meetings for the Sepulveda Transit Corridor project began tonight with Metro showing six initial concepts for the future rail line. ...
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LAFC players ride Expo Line to game
Posted by Steve Hymon on
Nice. The LAT also has a story about one of the LAFC players using Metrolink to travel from his home in the Inland Empire to practice at Cal State L.A. More here about taking Metro to LAFC games at ...
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Start your summer with style at the LA Design Festival
Posted by Aaron Johnson on
It’s no secret that Los Angeles is the design capital of the world. The LA Design Festival (LADF) returns Thursday, June 7, through Friday, June 10, to honor our city’s rich and creative design ...

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