Forget The Automobile, More Streets for Pedestrians and Cyclists Coming to L.A.

Despite the city's heavy dependence on cars, a newly-approved project in Los Angeles will transform a Downtown street into a better experience for pedestrians, cyclists, and transit-riders.
February 18, 2011, 2pm PST | Shay Kahen
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The streetscape project for Figueroa Street will encompass three miles and is near the entertainment centers of L.A Live, Staples Center, and Nokia Theatre.

Alissa Walker writes:
"These type of streetscape projects, called 'livable' or 'complete' streets, are long overdue for Los Angeles, says CRA/LA Figueroa Corridor consultant Deborah Murphy. 'They've been doing this stuff all over the world for the last 20 years,' she says. 'We're the last kids to get with the program.'"

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Published on Wednesday, February 16, 2011 in GOOD Magazine
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