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LA River bridges tour, part 3

The Sixth Street Viaduct (1932) celebrated its 83rd and last birthday in 2015.

The bridge is scheduled to close on January 3, 2016, and demolition will start five days after that. 566 more words

9 Views of the LA River

I read somewhere that it’s less likely that you’ll complete a project or reach a goal etc if you tell people about it. I’m going to blog about this project idea and I’m figuring it’s ok because there’s nobody out there actually reading what I’m writing, right? 197 more words

Residents Upset After High-Speed Chase Ends Up On Bike Path Along LA River

ELYSIAN VALLEY (CBSLA.com) — The Los Angeles River path is supposed to be a sanctuary of sorts, a space free of cars and away from the dangers of the street. 278 more words


Meet Los Angeles [Part 1: L.A. River]

During my trip back to my hometown, Los Angeles, for my brother’s Wedding, I made a stop at the famous L.A. River, a place that I really think reflects the street-life and the urban side of the City of Angels. 425 more words


The only thing that fascinates me about LA...

…is the LA River. I live in Amsterdam. Population 821.702 (not including the entire sub-urban / metropolitan area). Number of bikes: 881.000. Most of the overspill lies in the dregs of the canals. 133 more words


The Engineer's Corner: Carlos Rodriguez, Transportation Engineering Associate II

Part of our “The Engineer’s Corner” series, in this piece we sit down with Bikeways Engineer and LADOT Dot-gers softball team manager, Carlos Rodriguez. Today, if you ride your bike on any bike path within the City, chances are Carlos worked on the design and/or coordination that made those bike paths possible.  2,014 more words

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