Metro is working to make streets and sidewalks safe and convenient for everyone to support healthy neighborhoods. We are studying which proposed improvements in the Sepulveda Station First/Last Mile Plan (FLM Plan) are most needed to enhance safety and access for transit riders accessing the station on foot, bike or other rolling-modes.
Metro, along with the city of Los Angeles’ StreetsLA, is hosting a community event on Wednesday, November 16, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. and a Bike Rodeo on Saturday, December 10, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The location of the Bike Ride is to be announced.
Community Event #1
November 16, 2022 | 4–7 p.m.
G Line Sepulveda Station
December 10, 2022 | 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
These events are part of a series of opportunities to provide input on the project selection process. At these events, Metro staff will present recommendations from the FLM Plan, which proposes street and sidewalk improvements to make walking and biking to the station safer and more comfortable.
Metro will also be seeking your input on how best to do that, with comments like adding street lights and trees, as well as possible street design changes, such as bike lanes, crosswalk and sidewalk improvements. The Bike Rodeo is also a fun way to learn about traffic safety as a pedestrian, cyclist, or driver, and how to improve the well-beings of yourself, your family, and that of your community. Co-hosted with Safe Moves, the Bike Rodeo is open to folks of all ages.
Can’t make either event? No worries! Stay tuned for more opportunities in early 2023 to provide input and help design a safer, more accessible G Line Sepulveda Station.
Biking and walking improvements to be implemented are funded by a Measure M Metro Active Transport (MAT) Program grant awarded to the City of Los Angeles.
For more information, visit our project page or contact MATProgram@metro.net.
Categories: Policy & Funding, Projects
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