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Weekly Update: June 16, 2022

Weekly Update: June 16, 2022

Los Angeles Wraps Up A Successful and Safe IX Summit Of The Americas

Los Angeles Wraps Up A Successful and Safe IX Summit Of The AmericasLast week, Los Angeles showed once again why we are a place that attracts people from across the world as leaders and dignitaries from across the Western Hemisphere gathered for a successful ninth Summit of the Americas. This was the first summit held within the United States since the first was held almost three decades ago in Miami. While we know the event had an impact on many Angeleno's commutes in the downtown area, we want to give a special shout-out to our LADOT Special Traffic Operations for safely securing closures and to our Traffic Officers for helping to guide traffic during the week.

The summit is an opportunity for world leaders to develop strategies for shared goals for the future. One of these goals is ensuring a sustainable future for our region, a goal that is central to LADOT's mission. One moment during the conference underscored how our local initiatives are the building blocks for these greater regional goals. As the President's Special Envoy for Climate, John Kerry was visiting the Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator, LADOT was able to provide his transport on one of our brand new all-electric, zero-emission buses showcasing how LADOT is leading on sustainability through our efforts to convert our full fleet to zero-emission buses by 2028.

 

We Want Your Feedback on the DTLA Mobility Investment Plan

We Want Your Feedback on the DTLA Mobility Investment Plan

Now's the time to let your voice be heard! We're investing in mobility improvements throughout Downtown LA and we want to better understand how you use and experience transportation services in the area. The Downtown Los Angeles Mobility Investment Plan lays out a list of projects that are sustainable and accessible for all Angelenos.

There is still time for you to use our project feedback map to indicate locations in DTLA where we can make investments that will improve your mobility experience. If you live, work, play, or visit Downtown LA, this survey is for you!

 

CicLAvia Returns To South LA

CicLAvia Returns To South LA

CicLAvia is getting ready to open up the streets of South LA. On Sunday, July 10th Angelenos can enjoy miles of open streets connecting the neighborhoods of Vermont Square, Harvard Park, Chesterfield Square, Exposition Park, and King Estates. Participants can ride, bike, skate, run, walk, and enjoy the route however they choose. Mark your calendars and make a plan to join in.

Learn more about CicLAvia.

 

Participate in our Community Surveys:

You are the ultimate expert for your community. LADOT wants your input as we plan projects to improve the safety, sustainability, and livability of Los Angeles communities.

 

DTLA MIP Feedback Tool

DTLA MIP Feedback Tool

LADOT wants to hear from you to prioritize transportation investments in Downtown LA to create a safe and reliable experience for all.
Share your ideas!

 

Reseda Boulevard Complete Streets Project

Reseda Boulevard Complete Streets Project

As part of the Complete Streets Program, the City is reconstructing Reseda Blvd to improve safety and accessibility for all. Give your feedback on the upcoming improvement and receive updates and more information on the project here.

 

Transportation Photos of the Week

Transportation Photos Of The Week

 

Transportation Photos Of The Week
Transportation Photos Of The Week

 

Transportation Photos Of The Week

 

LADOT just completed installation of new safety features on Neptune Avenue in Wilmington including the first-ever in Los Angeles back-in angle parking which improves visibility and prevents conflicts of people parking with on-coming traffic as well as a traffic circle.

 

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