Category Archives: Corridors

Healthy Corridors Project

ULI Los Angeles is pleased to be among the four District Councils selected to participate in ULI’s national Healthy Corridors program, which is exploring best practices to reinvent under-performing suburban and urban arterials in health-promoting ways. More information about the program can be found here and in this video, which premiered at ULI’s 2015 Fall Meeting. Working with the Mayor Garcetti’s Great Streets Studio, Council District 7 and local leaders in Pacoima, ULI members are developing plans for a demonstration project that will model potential long-term changes that could create a more … Read More

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Taking the Highway Out of PCH Malibu

Along with a group of urban thought leaders, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti joined ULI Los Angeles last month for Transit Oriented LA. Since Mayor Garcetti’s signature Great Streets Initiative was launched at last year’s ToLA, 15 streets have been slated for improvements embracing upgrades that are neighborhood-friendly, bike-friendly, and pedestrian-friendly. “The Great Streets Initiative is about strengthening neighborhoods one ‘main street’ at a time,” said Mayor Garcetti in an official statement. ” Angelenos are looking for dynamic and safe places to meet, to shop, to spend time with their … Read More

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Transit Corridors Report 2013 – Now Available Online!

Los Angeles, widely recognized for traffic congestion and unhealthy air quality, has embarked over the past few years on an aggressive expansion of our regional transit system.  In November 2008, voters approved Measure R by an amazing two-thirds majority, committing a projected $40 billion to traffic relief and transportation upgrades throughout the county over the next 30 years.  Reducing our auto dependency though viable transit alternatives is a major goal.  But creating a more walkable city that promotes healthier lifestyles is also critical.  The County of Los Angeles with more … Read More

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