Since the Dodger Stadium Express service launched a half-dozen years ago, there’s been an ongoing discussion about the best way to get to the ballpark (because driving and parking clearly isn’t). The DSE is still a fan favorite, but one of the most overlooked ways is arguably the simplest: walking.
To prove once and for all that it can be done — okay, in theory you can walk anywhere, but it’s L.A. and we’re fighting long-entrenched stereotypes here — we produced the video above. It shows the fastest route to the stadium beginning at the Gold Line Chinatown Station (map).
As we’d hoped, the video has people talking: Is 27 minutes too long for most people to walk? What can be done to make the walk better? Can’t we just build a gondola system instead?
Join the conversation on Facebook or leave your comments below. We’re specifically interested in knowing what you would fix in the above video?
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