Community Design Workshop for Sunset Junction

The City of Los Angeles planning department is partnering
with Compass Blueprint to make the Sunset Junction MTA stop a more usable
multi-model
transit hub. By using urban design strategies the City hopes to
create more connections to other transportation such as bus lines and bikes to
accommodate for a planned transit plaza near the intersection of Sunset and
Santa Monica Boulevards. 
Join us to discuss
ideas to better support pedestrian, bike, and transit access and connections.
The workshop
is designed to be very hands on, so it should make for a lively
discussion.  Come let planners know what you like to see in your
community.  

Where: Myra Ave & Sunset Dr., LA

 For more information: heather.repenning@lacity.org

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