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Public Access Projects on the LA Waterfront

The LA Waterfront has changed dramatically over the last decade, and there is still more to come. The following Port projects provide additional open...

How Local Governments Came to Embrace Business Partnerships

Next summer, cities across the U.S. have a birthday to celebrate. In August 2018, the nation’s very first experiment in bikeshare turns 10 years...

Sneak peek at LA River bike path that would link Canoga Park and Griffith Park

Studio-MLA (formerly Mia Lehrer and Associates), Gruen Associates, and Psomas were tapped last year to help create a 12-mile bike path along the Los Angeles...

Connecting Cypress Park and Elysian Valley

The money is lined up to build a bicycle/pedestrian bridge over the L.A. River between Cypress Park and Elysian Valley. But it’s going to...

Tree-lined walking and biking path opening along the LA River in Studio City

A new addition to the Los Angeles River will open this weekend, in the form of a new section of bikeable and walkable pathway...

Albion Riverside Park: Construction to start this weekend on Lincoln Height’s newest park

With environmental cleanup finally finished, Northeast Los Angeles is inching closer to boasting a new park. Already a decade in the making, construction to...

What Should We Do with the L.A. River?

So what are your thoughts on what the L.A. River should look like and how it should be used and enjoyed?Below is an excerpt...

New bridge over LA River opens today with protected bike lane

A new bridge connecting Cypress Park to Elysian Valley over the Los Angeles River opens today with a protected lane for pedestrians and cyclists.Called...

New signs of safety planned for L.A. River path

ELYSIAN VALLEY — New signs advising cyclists to slow down are being installed along the L.A. River path as officials prepare to ramp up efforts...

Work set to begin on major bike-friendly Figueroa makeover

A long awaited project that will transform a four-mile stretch of Figueroa Street is finally ready to begin today, with a groundbreaking ceremony kicking...

Part of the LA River bike path will be closed on weekdays until March

Last month, the Army Corps of Engineers began work on a $1.47 million cleanup of a stretch of the LA River traveling from Griffith...

Leaders seek to unify groups, ideas in updated LA River master plan

The race to develop parks, paths and housing alongside the Los Angeles River and its tributaries prompted the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors...