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MTA Board Meeting, March 2020

Updated Sep 18, 2020

March Board Meeting updates

Because of the ongoing COVID-19 public health crisis, we’re changing how our March 2020 board meeting will work. The MTA Chairman will convene a one-day, virtual board and committee meeting on Wednesday, March 25. 

The meeting will include the full MTA board and the following committees:

  • Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North Railroad
  • New York City Transit
  • MTA Bridges and Tunnels
  • Finance 
  • Audit

We want to do everything we can to keep the public, our employees, and our board members safe and healthy.

The Capital Program Oversight Committee meeting scheduled for March 13 is canceled. The agenda and related presentation materials will be posted to this page.

The Governance Committee meeting scheduled for March 25 is postponed.

March 2020 MTA Board Meeting

The full video of our March 2020 virtual board meeting.

Public comment 

We want to hear from you. In order to ensure public participation, you’ll be able to provide your comment digitally before the meetings on March 25. You’ll be able to submit comments via video or voice call. All comments will be delivered to the Board. We’ll play 30 minutes of comments at the meeting on Wednesday, March 25. The remainder will be posted on this page.

To register, fill out this form before 11 a.m. on Monday, March 23. You can also call 646-252-6777 between 10 and 11 a.m. on Monday to register to speak.

After you’re registered, you’ll be able to submit your comment via voice call or video between noon and 5 p.m. on Monday, March 23. 

Schedule for meetings and public comment

 Monday, March 23 – Public comment registration 

  • 10-11 a.m. Registration for public comments online and via phone 
  • 12-5 p.m. Registered speakers submit comments via video or over the phone

Wednesday, March 25 – Board Meeting 

  • 10 a.m.: Joint Board/Committee meeting begins. We’ll play public comments for all board members for 30 minutes. After that, we’ll make all public comments available online.