Audio recordings and pdf copies of the presentations of the Colloquium XIII discussion on Complete Streets have been added to the Los Angeles Region Planning History Group (LARPHG) website.
As part of its Saturdays at The Huntington Library Colloquia series, the Los Angeles Region Planning History Group presented:
The Complete Street – Wrongs and Rights-of-way
- When: Saturday, September 10, 2016 9 am-2 pm
- Where: Huntington Library, 1151 Oxford Rd, San Marino, CA 91108
A “complete” street – 7th Street and Broadway, Downtown Los Angeles in 1926
Did you know that most of the open space in Los Angeles is dedicated to our public streets? The history of how we have used this precious resource has changed over time. Today, the region is about to spend billions of dollars to create a “Complete Streets” network. Planners promise that recapturing the public street right-of-way for people will address transportation, health, environmental, and quality of life needs. Is this the right course or just another solution addressing the problems of the moment? Come hear about the past, the present, and…
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