Councilmember Krekorian believes that expanding the San Fernando Valley's public transportation system will help grow the economy, create jobs and make life (and commutes) easier for residents. As a member of the Metro and Metrolink boards, he is the Valley's primary voice for increased transit options and better connectivity between neighborhoods.

He advocates for expanding rail and bus transit in the Valley, including improving and possibly converting the Orange Line to light rail, completing the East Valley North-South Transit Corridor and Sepulveda Pass projects, linking the Red Line to the Bob Hope Airport and connecting the San Fernando and San Gabriel Valleys by rail. Krekorian recently inaugurated new, Valley-Westside express bus service over the Sepulveda Pass, cutting daily commutes by 40 minuets.

Krekorian has also advocated for new, less confusing parking signs throughout the city, voted to ban third-party phone apps that sell parking spaces, lifted parking restrictions near elementary schools and supported sensible parking citation reform.

Posted on May 11, 2020
In 2017, communities throughout the South San Fernando Valley began experiencing dramatic changes in the amount and location of airplane noise from Burbank and Van Nuys airports.  Many neighborhoods that had never before experienced significant aircraft disturbance were suddenly being barraged with a nearly constant series of planes overhead producing disruptive, roaring noise. 

Posted on Apr 23, 2020
This week, Metro installed two new bike stations in CD2, one at the intersection of Riverside and Laurel Canyon and the other at the intersection of Vineland and Oxnard.

Posted on Jan 31, 2020
LOS ANGELES - This past weekend, LA Metro moved a step closer toward having an all-electric fleet of buses on our roadways.

Posted on Jan 17, 2020
VAN NUYS - On Thursday, Councilmember Krekorian participated in a ceremony inaugurating the newly rebuilt Van Nuys Train Station, following a two-year construction period.

Posted on Dec 20, 2019
NORTH HOLLYWOOD - In the summer of 2016, Metro launched its Bike Share program. Since then, the black vehicles with the yellow green Metro logo have become an indelible part of the landscape in many neighborhoods across Los Angeles.