Monthly Archives: December 2012

Complete Streets Networks, Part 3: Pedestrian Enhancements

Whether walking to the car, bike or bus stop, every trip begins and ends with walking. Acknowledging this, Los Angeles is attempting to shed its reputation as an auto-oriented city to a multi-modal one. Los Angeles celebrated many great strides … Continue reading

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Complete Streets Networks, Part 2: Meet Our Draft Transit-Enhanced Network

We discussed the idea of Complete Streets Networks in our previous post. Today, we will explore our proposal for one of its components, a connected network of streets that are enhanced to advantage performance for transit – the “Transit-Enhanced Network.” … Continue reading

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Complete Streets Networks, Part I

Over the next few weeks, we will be presenting a series of posts about the concept of the Complete Streets Networks, an implementation step we have been exploring in addition to the Mobility Element goals and policies. These posts will … Continue reading

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Draft goals and policies are out!

After more than a year of public outreach and visioning, we have come up with a draft of the goals and policies that will go into the Mobility Element. You can download that draft document here. These six goals and … Continue reading

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