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Infrastructure & Policy Updates 8/31/2023

General LA

Mayor Bass Appoints New Head Of LADOT

Laura Rubio-Cornejo, who leads Pasadena's Transportation Department, was appointed by Mayor Karen Bass to lead the Los Angeles Department of Transportation. Rubio-Cornejo also previously led Metro Countywide Planning, where she oversaw the bike-share program and more.

"I look forward to working closely with staff, across departments and in close collaboration with the community to deliver multi-modal transportation solutions and initiatives to make Los Angeles neighborhoods safer, more accessible and more livable," Rubio-Cornejo said.

Final Design Chosen For New Park Along LA River In Glassell Park

A final design has been chosen to transform Taylor Yard, a former freight rail yard along the Los Angeles River, into 12 acres of open park space in Glassell Park. The Paseo Del Rio Project is expected to begin construction in 2025 and be completed in 2026.

Metro Renaming the West Santa Ana Branch Transit Corridor To Avoid Confusion

Metro announced that it will rename the West Santa Ana Branch Transit Corridor Project – which will bring light rail transit between southeast LA County and downtown Los Angeles – to avoid confusion with the city of Santa Ana, which the new 14.5-mile segment will not reach. The public can submit name recommendations by visiting or calling 213-922-6262.

LA City Council Approves Final Environmental Impact Report For Silver Lake Master Plan

The Los Angeles City Council has voted to adopt the findings of a final environmental impact report for the Silver Lake Reservoir master plan. If funded, the plan would convert about 116 acres of the 127-acre Silver Lake and Ivanhoe reservoir complex into park space.

The final plan includes a two-way bike trail along the reservoir's Silver Lake Boulevard frontage.

South Bay Cities

Poll Shows Community Support For C Line Extension To Torrance

Residents in Lawndale, Redondo Beach and Torrance support the Metro C Line Expanding to Torrance, according to a poll conducted by a market research firm. Of the 670 residents polled, the survey found that 60% are familiar with the C Line (Green) Extension To Torrance Project and 67% are supportive. About 8% of residents from each city oppose the project and 24% had no opinion.

The project will provide an alternative to congestion along the busy I-405 corridor and expand access to the region by connecting to the existing Metro Rail K (Crenshaw), J (Silver) and A (Blue) Lines.


West Hollywood City Council Moves To Expand Bike Lanes On Fountain, Santa Monica Boulevard

The West Hollywood City Council voted to move forward with a protected bike lane project on Fountain Avenue, along with bike lanes on Santa Monica Boulevard.

“Bike lanes and better modes of transit and infrastructure are critical methods for improving the walks of life of residents, businesses and people who visit here,” Mayor Pro Tempore John Erickson said. “Of course, any type of change is always difficult. But what I’ve seen other cities do and where they fail is they don’t invest the time in the community outreach. We have done that. We have surveyed our residents along that area and over 66% of them supported protected bike lanes on Fountain Avenue.”

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