$200 million awarded to City of L.A. for active transportation projects
By STEVEN SHARP
The California Transportation Commission has voted to award more than $200 million in Active Transportation Program for six major projects within the City of Los Angeles.
“Our mission is to build a city that has safe, affordable, and sustainable transportation options for all residents in all neighborhoods because we know that when we create access to mobility we create access to opportunity,” said LADOT Interim General Manager Connie Llanos in a news release earlier this month. “These grants, worth more than $200 million, allow us to deliver transformative projects in every corner of the city -- from the Northeast San Fernando Valley to the Harbor -- that will make communities safer, greener, and more connected."