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Notice of Public Hearing on METRO’s Proposed FY2020 Budget – September 24, 2019
Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County, Texas (METRO)
Public Hearing for FY2020 Operating & Capital Budgets
FY2020 Operating & Capital Budgets are currently available for public review at METRO headquarters at 1900 Main St. on the 14th floor by contacting the Board Office at 713-739-4834. Comments can be made by email to
Budget.Book@RideMETRO.org or by calling the Customer Care Center at 713-635-4000.
A public hearing to present the
FY2020 Operating & Capital Budgets and to solicit public input will occur on:
Tuesday, Sept. 24 at noon
Boardroom, Second Floor
1900 Main St.
Houston, TX 77002
FY2020 Business Plan & Budgets – DRAFT (PDF)
Email comments to
Metropolitan Transit Authority Notice of Public Comment
At its January 24, 2019 meeting, the Board of Directors of the Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County, Texas (METRO) approved the FY2018 Urbanized Area Formula, the FY2018 State of Good Repair and the FY2018 Bus and Bus Facilities Programs of Projects. These Programs of Projects will be funded with grant support from the United States Department of Transportation Section 5307, Section 5337 and Section 5339 of the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (FAST Act).
Download to view full document of the
FY18 5307, 5339 and 5337 Formula Funding Program of Projects (PDF).
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