The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) will hold monthly meetings of the MTA Board and the Board’s committees on Monday, Jan. 30. Beginning at 8:30 a.m., MTA Chair Janno Lieber will convene a joint meeting of the Finance, Capital Program, Bridges & Tunnels, Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North Railroad, and New York City Transit Committees, followed by the MTA Board Meeting at approximately 12:30 p.m.
The public will have an opportunity to provide comments on Authority business, for up to 60 minutes at the start of the joint Committee meeting and again during the Board meeting, either in person at the MTA’s 2 Broadway headquarters or via Zoom from a remote location. Speakers will be allotted up to two minutes each at both meetings.
Public speakers will continue to register on the day of the meeting. Any additional speakers who cannot be accommodated within 60 minutes will have the opportunity to provide recorded comments that will be sent to members of the board and posted online.
Members of the public at board meetings are required to adhere to the MTA’s Code of Conduct. For safety reasons, the following protocols will be in effect on Monday, Jan. 30:
Capacity for the public is limited to 75 people, who will be admitted on a first come, first served basis.
Anyone who feels ill is asked to stay home and seek advice from a healthcare provider.
For details on meeting schedules and procedures for public participation, to watch meeting livestreams and access meeting materials, the public is encouraged to visit MTA Board Meeting, January 2023.