LIttle Tokyo ATP Improvements

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DTLA FORWARD is a partnership with the City, community stakeholders, and strategic partners to achieve thriving and complete streets in Downtown LA. This transportation and planning initiative, launched by Councilmember Huizar, coordinates projects in the public realm.

DTLA FORWARD enhances Downtown streets, improves transportation, prioritizes pedestrians, and enlivens public space.

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LIttle Tokyo ATP Improvements

The Little Tokyo ATP Project is a $3.5 million Streetscape Project in Little Tokyo. It will construct a pedestrian Paseo next to the Japanese American National Museum, a pedestrian plaza at 2nd Street & Alameda Street, new pedestrian lights, sidewalk repair, and street furniture throughout the neighborhood. Councilmember Huizar worked closely with the Department of Transportation and Bureau of Engineering to refine the design and collaborate with local stakeholders to ensure the project met their needs.

LIttle Tokyo ATP Improvements

The Little Tokyo ATP Project is a $3.5 million Streetscape Project in Little Tokyo. It will construct a pedestrian Paseo next to the Japanese American National Museum, a pedestrian plaza at 2nd Street & Alameda Street, new pedestrian lights, sidewalk repair, and street furniture throughout the neighborhood. Councilmember Huizar worked closely with the Department of Transportation and Bureau of Engineering to refine the design and collaborate with local stakeholders to ensure the project met their needs.

WHAT IS DTLA Forward?

DTLA FORWARD is a partnership with the City, community stakeholders, and strategic partners to achieve thriving and complete streets in Downtown LA. This transportation and planning initiative, launched by Councilmember Huizar, coordinates projects in the public realm.

DTLA FORWARD enhances Downtown streets, improves transportation, prioritizes pedestrians, and enlivens public space.

Sign Up for Updates

Our Partners

LADOT

Dept. of Public Works City of L.A. Bureau of Street Services

City of Los AngelesEngineering

Metro

City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks

LA DWP

Eric Garcetti

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