Golden Necklace Charrette

This charrette is
sponsored by Urban and Regional Planning Capstone Graduate Planning
Studio Students at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.

Purpose:

• Envision a multi-use trail that connects the mountains to the sea across the LA Basin

• Identify potential trail connections and nodes

• Prioritize areas for restoration

• Increase greenspace in our communities and reduce automobile use

• Launch a collaborative strategic planning effort


 

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