Multiple developers have proposed building gondolas to the Hollywood Sign.
It’s one of many proposals the city is considering to cut down on traffic around Griffith Park.
It’s the most fleshed out gondola proposal yet.
The Beachwood Canyon gate to Griffith Park has been closed since last year.
Some of the report’s suggestions are truly outside the box.
The Griffith Park project, which would ferry riders up Mount Lee from the LA Zoo would cost up to $30 million to build.
The Playboy founder died Wednesday, but his legacy as a protector of the iconic sign lives on.
They’re trying to put pressure on the city to reopen Beachwood Drive as a launching point for hiking in Griffith Park and viewing the world-famous Hollywood Sign.
He says access to the sign is important, but it shouldn’t mean " chok[ing] all of the streets with a thousand tour buses."
‘It belongs to the public’—Friends of Griffith Park wants to join legal battle over Hollywood Sign access
In closing Beachwood Canyon, an attorney says the city and Sunset Ranch Hollywood have "not considered ... the interests of hikers, the surrounding neighborhoods, and the people who care about open space."
The gate’s set to close for good on April 18, but a group that’s in favor of keeping the passage open wants to change that.
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One of the most popular starting points for viewing the Hollywood Sign will soon be shut down to hikers and visitors.
The city will start shutting off pedestrian access to the popular Beachwood Canyon trailhead that leads to some of the best views of LA’s most famous landmark—the Hollywood Sign.
Los Angeles-based artists Zach Fernandez and Sarah Fern say they altered the sign. "It's about being and staying youthful," they tell Vice. The Hollywood Sign Trust is not amused.
Business owners have their own issues with the heavy influx of tourists trying to get a peek at LA's most famous landmark. One says the situation is so bad, property values are affected.
Beachwood Canyon residents are outraged to learn their city councilman won't close the Hollyridge Trail to hikers and tourists.
Residents of Beachwood Canyon voice an array of concerns about tourists and hikers using their neighborhood to access the Hollywood sign in new videos from the Millennial Project. One longtime activist even suggests that the city move the sign.
A new video from The Millennial Project takes a look at what it's like to try and get up to the Hollywood Sign these days considering all that neighbors have done to block access. The journey begins with notoriously inaccurate Google Maps directions.