The Minutes for the March 28, 2024 Regular Board Meeting are available here.

Katy Yaroslavsky
Board Member

Katy Yaroslavsky

Appointee of the the Mayor of the City of Los Angeles Subcommittee

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Katy Yaroslavsky

Appointee of the the Mayor of the City of Los Angeles Subcommittee

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About Katy Yaroslavsky

Katy Yaroslavsky serves as Councilwoman for Los Angeles’ Fifth City Council District, representing neighborhoods and communities she has been a part of nearly her entire life. Elected in 2022, CM Yaroslavsky, currently serves as Chair of the City Council’s Energy & Environment committee, Vice-Chair of the Ad Hoc Olympics committee, and is a member of the Budget & Finance, Planning & Land Use Management, and Transportation committees. Advocating for a sustainable and liveable Los Angeles has been at the center of Councilwoman Yaroslavsky’s career. Prior to her election, she served as a senior policy advisor to LA County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl, where she created LA County’s first Office of Sustainability, and led the development, negotiation, and adoption by voters of Measure W, one of the largest infrastructure and jobs programs in our region’s history. She helped create the Clean Power Alliance — a coalition of thirty-two local cities and counties that serves over 3 million ratepayers and is the largest provider of green power in the nation. Councilwoman Yaroslavsky previously served as General Counsel to the Climate Action Reserve, a leading environmental non-profit focused on reducing greenhouse gas emissions Councilwoman Yaroslavsky is guided by the belief that the biggest challenges our City is facing – homelessness, generational poverty, racial injustice, climate change, a declining quality of life, and an economy that doesn’t work for most Angelenos – are all intersectional. She believes that these issues will only be solved by doing the hard work of building coalitions, fighting for equity in city services, and initiating authentic, inclusive, and thorough community engagement. A graduate of public schools, including UC Berkeley and UCLA Law School, Councilwoman Yaroslavsky currently resides in Mid City with her husband Dave, their three children, and their cats.


Board Reports

Board reports acted upon most recently by committees to which Katy Yaroslavsky belongs


2022-0877 - GLENDALE BEELINE ROUTE 3 / LADOT DASH 601, DASH 602 AND COMMUTER EXPRESS 422, AND PVPTA LINE 225/226 TRANSIT SERVICE OPERATION AGREEMENTS Approved

CONSIDER: A. EXTENDING the Transit Service Operation Agreement between METRO and the City of Glendale for the Glendale Beeline Route 3, for a period of one year through June 30, 2024, for an ...

5/25/2023 - APPROVED
Agreements Annual reports Arroyo Verdugo subregion Central Los Angeles subregion City of Los Angeles City of Palos Verdes Peninsula Transportation Authority Glendale Glendale Beeline LADOT Transit Maps Metro Rail A Line Pilot studies Ridership Safety San Fernando Valley Service Sector San Fernando Valley subregion South Bay Cities subregion Strategic planning Westside Cities subregion

2023-0211 - BUS TIRE LEASING & MAINTENANCE SERVICES Approved

AUTHORIZE the Chief Executive Officer to execute Modification No. 8 to Contract No. OP83932000-39383 with The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company in the amount of $11,671,134 ($2,164,434 for FY23 and ...

5/25/2023 - APPROVED
Budgeting Bus Acquisitions Bus Maintenance Projects Contracted Bus Service Contracts Division 10 Maintenance Maintenance practices Metro Divisions Metro Rail A Line Operations Maintenance (Project) Operations and Maintenance Procurement Purchasing Revenue Service Rolling stock Safety Strategic planning Transit buses

2023-0259 - PROJECT LABOR AGREEMENT/CONSTRUCTION CAREERS POLICY (PLA/CCP) Received

RECEIVE AND FILE the status update on the Project Labor Agreement and Construction Careers Policy programs through the quarter ending December 2022.

5/18/2023 - RECEIVED AND FILED
Azusa Board approved a Motion Construction Construction industry Contractors Disparity Study Gender Informational Report Labor Labor agreements Outreach Policy Prime Contractor Project Project Labor Agreement/Construction Careers Policy Strategic planning Tunnel supports

2023-0200 - TUNNEL ADVISORY PANEL Approved

AUTHORIZE the Chief Executive Officer to execute: A. Contract Modification No. 12 to Contract No. PS-2020-1055 with Dr. Geoffrey R. Martin for the continuation of Tunnel Advisory Panel Services, ...

5/25/2023 - APPROVED
Alignment Atlantic Station Board approved Contract Budgeting C Line (Green) Extension to Torrance Central Los Angeles subregion Construction Construction engineering Contracts Design build Downtown Los Angeles East Los Angeles Excavation and tunneling Gateway Cities (Southeast LA County) Service Sector Gateway Cities subregion Geotechnical engineering Gold Line Eastside Transit Corridor Phase 2 Groundwater Light rail transit Los Angeles Union Station Metro Rail A Line Metro Rail C Line Metro Rail D Line Metro Rail E Line Metro Rail L Line Metro Vision 2028 Plan Procurement Project Project delivery Project management Rail transit Subway stations Tunnel supports Twenty-eight by '28 Initiative Underground construction West Santa Ana Branch Transit Corridor West Santa Ana Branch Transit Corridor (WSAB) Project Westside Subway Extension/Purple Line Extension Phase 1 Westside Subway Extension/Purple Line Extension Phase 2 Westside Subway Extension/Purple Line Extension Phase 3 Westside/Central Service Sector Whittier Wilshire/Western Station Zoning

2023-0343 - INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION SERVICES Approved

AUTHORIZE the Chief Executive Officer to execute Modification No. 13 to Contract No. PS560810024798 with RMI International, Inc. to continue to provide infrastructure protection services from ...

5/25/2023 - APPROVED
Budgeting Bus Maintenance Projects Contracts Law enforcement Maintenance facilities Maintenance of way Metro Divisions Procurement Protection Railroad facilities Request For Proposal Safety Safety and security Security Visibility