Contact: Marc Bischoff
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro)
Union Station Master Plan: Alameda Esplanade.
Located in downtown Los Angeles, directly in front of Los Angeles Union Station on Alameda Street between Arcadia Street to the south and Cesar E. Chavez Avenue to the north. A multi-modal connection between Union Station and surrounding communities through a road-diet and a pedestrian and bicyclist esplanade with mixing zones. This project will construct 14,000 of feet sidewalk, install road diet for 2,000 feet of roadway, and provide lighting for 12 intersections. $10.2 million.
Reconnecting Union Station to the Historic Cultural Communities of DTLA.
The northernmost segment of Los Angeles Street and its intersection with Alameda Street between Los Angeles Union Station and the El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument in Downtown Los Angeles. Design and construction of key pedestrian and cyclist safety improvements connecting Los Angeles Street, Union Station, and El Pueblo. Improvements include creating a pedestrian plaza, construction of 300' of Class 1 bike lanes, and a raised bike/pedestrian crosswalk. $5.3 million.
City of Bell Gardens: Complete Streets Improvements Phase 1
Various locations within the city. Citywide pedestrian, bike, & traffic calming improvements to create complete streets. Install or refresh 31 white or yellow high visibility crosswalks, four miles of Class 3 bike routes, two raised intersections, ten speed humps, twelve curbs, mini traffic circles, HAWK beacons, ADA ramps, and striping. $200,000.00
Huntington Park: Safe Routes and Childhood Obesity Project
Multiple streets within the city. Construction of ramp improvements at 106 intersections, 4,804 lineal feet of improved sidewalks, three HAWK beacons and pedestrian scramble will improve safety for student pedestrians in the State's most dangerous walking corridors. $50,000.00