Metro is working to make streets and sidewalks safe and convenient for everyone to support healthy neighborhoods as part of the Metro Active Transportation (MAT) grant program. We are working to identify improvements in the Western/Slauson area. Improvements focus on enhancing safety and access for transit riders accessing the station on foot, bike, or other rolling modes.
Metro’s First/Last Mile (F/LM) team, along with the City of Los Angeles’ StreetsLA is hosting a project Kick-Off Community Meeting. The Kick-Off Community Meeting will include an activity for community input.
If you live, work, and/or play in the Western/Slauson area, join us to discuss the First/Last Mile improvements for the Western/Slauson intersection!
Date: Tuesday, March 28th
Location: St. Brigid Catholic Church – Parish Hall, 1755 W 52nd St, Los Angeles, CA 90062
- Metro 207 at Western Ave/54th St or Western Ave/51st St
- DASH Chesterfield Square or DASH Leimert/Slauson at 54th St/Western Ave
- Metro 108 at Slauson Ave/Western Ave
Parking: 5214 S. Western Avenue
Register to attend at bit.ly/westernslauson
Metro will also be seeking your input on F/LM improvements like adding street lights and trees, as well as possible street design changes, such as bike lanes, crosswalks and sidewalk upgrades.
For more information, visit our F/LM website or contact westernslausonMAT@gmail.com. A project website on streetsla.lacity.org/projects is currently under construction.
Categories: Policy & Funding, Projects, Transportation News
And, what is the Western/Slauson bus station? There’s no bus station there today… and the Metro F/LM and BSS websites don’t show any plans. Is there a project I missed?
Parking information… but no transit directions? All too clear what Metro is prioritizing.