North San Fernando Valley stakeholders: have a say in shaping Metro’s proposal for a North San Fernando Valley Bus Rapid Transit Corridor by attending one of Metro’s upcoming community meetings or submitting your comments online.

Proposed Transit Corridor route

The proposed Rapid Transit Corridor will run along Nordhoff and Roscoe between the Chatsworth Metrolink Station and the North Hollywood Red Line Station – see a map of how the proposed corridor (shown in green) works alongside existing Orange Line and Red Line services:

Share feedback or ask questions online

Use this form to submit comments or questions about the proposed project online:

Attend a Metro community meeting about the project

Metro will be hosting three informational meetings for the North San Fernando Valley Bus Rapid Transit Corridor project, where you can learn more about Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) and the proposed project alternatives.

At these meetings, you will have an opportunity to:

  • Learn more about the project
  • Provide input on proposed project alternatives
  • Meet the project team and have questions answered

North Hollywood 
Thursday, August 8, 5:30–7:30pm 
Laurel Hall School, Cafeteria
11919 Oxnard St, North Hollywood 91606
Limited parking is available

Panorama City (Spanish)
Saturday, August 10, 11am–1pm
Plaza Del Valle Community Room
8610 Van Nuys Bl, Panorama City 91402
Limited parking is available

Food and refreshments will be provided. Can’t make it between 11am-1pm? The project team will be staying through the Plaza’s Back to School Event until late afternoon.

Please note: The August 10th meeting will be conducted primarily in Spanish with English translation.

Monday, August 12, 6–8pm
CSUN Orange Grove Bistro
1811 Nordhoff St, Northridge 91325
Validated parking is available


Learn more

Get on the email notification list for project updates by writing to

Visit the project website to learn more about this proposal:

The project is scheduled for consideration at the Thursday, September 26 Metro Board of Directors regular meeting to accept the Alternatives Analysis report, which you can view on the project website, and advance the project to environmental review.