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Thanks, Dana! I see the ShutterClean folks on a regular basis, which is why I was so surprised to see it so bad after so long. It isn’t just that it’s dirty, but a big shopping cart filled with plastic and duffel bags seems like a safety/security concern (not to mention the stop is right outside the big Post Office near Union Station.) I really appreciate the help!
Alan Mudge of Shelterclean has twittered “we completed a work order yesterday, 7/10, to pressure wash the sidewalk”. He was able via photo archives to determine this is the shelter at Cesar Chavez and Alameda (near Union Station).
A happy ending!
LAX to Beach: C shuttle to the pathetic “LAX City Bus Center” (I blame LAWA’s anti-transit stance for this, not LA Metro) or G shuttle to the LAX/Aviation Green Line Station, then Beach Cities Transit (BCT) Route 109:
The C or G shuttle will also be used to access SMBBB 3 or Rapid 3 mentioned by SMV above.
Thanks for the info!
Editor, The Source
Regarding Katie Townley’s lament of a dirty bus stop in downtown L.A., Shelterclean is contracted to clean shelters in Los Angeles. I forwarded the tweet to my contact at the company. Contact info and an online form are on their website: http://www.shelterclean.com/contact.html
Thanks much for providing the info about Shelterclean!
Editor, The Source
LAX To beach:
G to aviation, 625 to dockweiler.
BBB3 to SM