Walking: it’s good for your health, it’s a way to reduce your carbon footprint, and it’s a great way to discover — or rediscover — neighborhoods. During the month of October, also known as Walktober, get out and add a few more steps to your day! Here are six highly walkable neighborhoods to help you get started. Plus, they’re well connected by transit in case you get a little footsore.
A few places to check out include: Shatto Lanes, The Wiltern, Bon Juk, Koreatown Plaza and Okrumong. Transit options include the Rapid 720, Rapid 728, DASH Wilshire Center/Koreatown and of course, the Purple Line.
Downtown Los Angeles
A few places to check out include: LA Live, Walt Disney Concert Hall, MOCA, Grand Park and historic cultural enclaves like Chinatown, Little Tokyo and Olvera Street. If your feet get sore, you have your choice of bus, rail or Metro Bike.
Downtown Santa Monica
A few places to check out include: the beach, 3rd Street Promenade, Santa Monica Place, Pacific Park and Tongva Park. Transit options include Big Blue Bus, Breeze bike share and of course, the Expo Line.
Downtown Long Beach
A few places to check out include: the Queen Mary, Aquarium of the Pacific, Museum of Latin American Art, and The Pike Outlets. Transit options include Long Beach Transit, Long Beach Bike Share and the Blue Line.
A few places to check out include: Armory Center for the Arts, Norton Simon Museum and basically if you walk down Colorado Boulevard or Green Street you can’t go ten feet without coming across a cafe, restaurant or clothing store. Transit options include Pasadena Transit, Foothill Transit and the Gold Line.
North Hollywood Arts District
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