LADOT Seeking Input on Low-Stress Travel Corridors in Central Los Angeles – Streetsblog Los Angeles

LADOT In search of Enter on Low-Stress Journey Corridors in Central Los Angeles – Streetsblog Los Angeles


The L.A. Metropolis Division of Transportation is growing a mapping instrument that may assist establish low-stress corridors primarily to bicycle, but in addition to stroll, scooter, and so on. LADOTs Planning for Stress Free Networks challenge is searching for public enter on low stress corridors – what streets exist already, and limitations to making a extra prolonged, extra useful low stress bicycling community.

The challenge focuses on central Los Angeles, so doesn’t but embrace the Valley, Westside, or Harbor areas.

Based mostly on group enter {and professional} evaluation, LADOT has developed its preliminary low stress map. Typically greener colours characterize decrease stress avenue segments and intersections; orange and purple characterize increased stress.

Dark blue-gray spots show high-priority intersections
Darkish blue-gray spots present high-priority intersections. This element of 4th Avenue (by means of Hancock Park) exhibits darkish grey dots that means excessive potential for enhancements at Highland Avenue and Rossmore Avenue intersections

Darkish blue-gray and light-weight grey dots present intersections with increased potential, ie: increased stress gaps between in any other case low-stress corridors. Over time, the maps are supposed to tell LADOT challenge siting, the place fixing a brief gaps can full an prolonged low stress hall.

For extra data, learn the challenge announcement or challenge truth sheet, view the map, or watch LADOT’s stress free connections webinar on YouTube.

Give LADOT your enter on this challenge. Take an on-line survey and/or e-mail concepts and suggestions to stressfreeconnections(at) Suggestions can embrace really helpful casual corridors that bicyclists use and/or limitations to utilizing low stress corridors.