A new online survey has been posted for the Los Angeles River Path Project, which will close the eight-mile gap between Elysian Valley and Vernon along the current walking, biking and skating lane. Check out the above video that provides a good overview of the project and the area it [continue reading]
Embed from Getty Images Members of the public and private firms are invited to attend a Think You Can Solve Traffic Forum that Metro’s Office of Extraordinary Innovation is holding on December [continue reading]
First/Last Mile Plan to improve neighborhood access to Blue Line is adopted; first of its kind plan in U.S.
Above: pics of community outreach and audits done to identify first/last mile issues around Blue Line stations. Photos: Metro. The Blue Line First/Last Mile Plan was adopted Thursday by the [continue reading]
Get ready to see San Fernando like you’ve never seen it before! The San Fernando Street Festival on March 31 will close more than three miles of streets to vehicular traffic and [continue reading]
In recent years, biking and walking paths along creeks and rivers have become a staple of cities across the globe from San Antonio to New York to Denver to Barcelona [continue reading]
Dept. of Dodgers The @Dodgers this season inspired, thrilled & made us feel like kids again. Metro sends big hugs to the team & greatest baseball fans alive. pic.twitter.com/HE6XNmtP09 — Metro (@metrolosangeles) November 2, 2017 And this: every time something knocked down Houston and its Astros this year, they got [continue reading]
Metro invites the public to participate in two community meetings on Thursday, June 29, 2017, to share design elements for Segment A as well as the next steps for the Rail to River project. Segment A would construct a walking and biking path along an old railroad right-of-way between the Crenshaw/LAX [continue reading]