Volunteer to evaluate the new crosswalks for LADOT, plus our response to the Mobility Element and a report on the road bond
Volunteer to evaluate the new crosswalks
Remember those nifty new crosswalks the city unveiled last month? LADOT needs your help in conducting fieldwork before and after the new designs are implemented. It sounds like a great way to see the city and meet fellow walkers! Learn how you can sign up.
A response to the Mobility Element plan
The Departments of Transportation and City Planning have released their revised Mobility Element plan, looking at new ways improve streets, transform transit and help Angelenos get around the city. We have some ideas for how the plan can be improved for pedestrians. Read our response to their pedestrian recommendations.
How we helped put the road bond on hold
Earlier this month we joined other bike and pedestrian advocates at a City Council meeting where we testified against a $3 billion bond that would fix streets without making improvements for cyclists pedestrians. The bond was delayed so the city could gather more information. Find out what you can do next.
Construction of the Crenshaw/LAX Line entered February with a flurry of activities involving tree removal, closure of a parking lot, soil boring, vibration testing, utility relocation, concrete recycling and more excavation at a variety of locations.Walsh/Shea Corridor Constructors (WSCC) is now in the process of clearing away trees previously identified and approved for removal on Crenshaw Boulevard between 48th and 59th streets. This activity will continue for two more weeks from 7 a.m. to 3…See More
COme learn The Grind taught by the first black Bond Girl Gloria Hendry and then take part in our toastmasters meeting. It will be a great night!
The mission of a Toastmasters club is to provide a supportive and positive learning environment in which members are empowered to develop communication and Speaking, leadership skills, resulting in greater self-confidence and personal growth with dance to lift your spirit.
Explore open studios, watch art and ceramicdemonstrations, participate in art and theater workshops, and enjoy live musicand food trucks in the airport’s converted airplane hangars.ArtWalk will be at the Santa Monica Airport, along Airport Avenue between Bundy Drive and 23rd Street, Santa Monica, CA 90405 Free admission, parking and bike valet. Open to all. For more information visit www.smgov.net/airportartwalk. Follow the ArtWalk on…See More