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Weekly Update: January 6, 2022

Weekly Update: January 6, 2022
Happy New Year from all of us in the LADOT family. As we enter 2022, LADOT rededicates itself to delivering safe affordable transit options, working with communities to meet their needs, and ensuring promoting sustainable transportation options for all. Cheers to a new year full of opportunities and progress!

 
Slow Yosemite Installation begins in January 2022

Slow Yosemite Installation begins in January 2022

StreetsLA, the Office of Councilmember Kevin de León, and community partners are working with LADOT to continue improving Yosemite Drive between Eagle Rock Boulevard and Townsend Ave beginning in January 2022.

The first phase of the Slow Yosemite project was installed in August 2021 and included new stop signs and upgraded crosswalks on Yosemite Drive between Eagle Rock Boulevard and Townsend Ave.

In January 2022, LADOT will support street resurfacing activities and install fresh paint along Yosemite Drive while adding features to improve safety and encourage safer speeds. These features include new bicycle lanes, sharrows, signage, and pavement markings.

For more information, please visit the Slow Yosemite project webpage.

 

Happy New Year from LADOT! Here is a short video of some of the accomplishments over the last year.

 

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