- LA/2B is a project of the Los Angeles Departments of City Planning and Transportation to envision a new way of moving around the city, using its streets for mobility and beyond.
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- CicLAvia – Iconic Wilshire Boulevard June 14, 2013
- RECAP | EIR Scoping Meetings April 24, 2013
- Participate in our scoping meetings online – live streaming April 10, 2013
- Corrected Meeting Locations | Notice of Preparation (NOP) of an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) Document April 8, 2013
- Save the Date | Scoping Meetings in the Valley and Central City April 4, 2013
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Monthly Archives: February 2012
Last week, when we loaded up our City station wagons destined for our Think Labs with maps, signs, boards, and easels, we didn’t quite know what to expect. The Department of City Planning conducted extensive outreach for the Think Labs, … Continue reading
During Round 1 of our virtual Town Hall, several of you have commented on the need for greater connectivity to the airport. Metro is currently examining ways to connect their growing Metro Rail System to LAX. They are hosting an … Continue reading
Our bus bench and bus shelter ads are up! A project team member spotted this one near City Hall: Have you spotted one in your neighborhood? If so, tell us where you’ve seen it!
In December of last year, GOOD—our partner for LA/2B—organized a human infographic in downtown to “attack” traffic in Los Angeles. Here are the facts: 87% of Angelenos drive to work, while 11% use public transit and only 2% bike. Each … Continue reading
Our very first Think Lab convenes just two Saturdays from now. Here’s a taste of what to expect: Pick Our Brains Join us—project staff, transportation consultants, and all—as together we delve into the nitty gritty of planning the streets of tomorrow. Find … Continue reading
The Los Angeles Departments of City Planning and Transportation launched the LA/2B Campaign to encourage those that live, work, or play in Los Angeles to generate ideas that can proactively and positively shape the city’s transportation future through the update … Continue reading