DASH buses will now come every 15 minutes seven days a week.
Multiple developers have proposed building gondolas to the Hollywood Sign.
The national spotlight is on the river, and developers are paying attention. Plans include glitzy projects by big-name architects.
"This is really a victory for East Hollywood."
Pilot projects will boost transit service to Chantry Flat, Hansen Dam, and Kenneth Hahn Park.
The much-maligned public square was poised for a transformative makeover. Will it ever happen?
These summer event series are mostly free—and not to be missed.
Los Angeles City Councilmember Gil Cedillo calls the park "a massive investment into Lincoln Heights."
The work will add a community center, wetlands, and walking trails.
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The city is accepting applications from community groups to create gathering places near major transit stops.
Whether you’re ringing in 2019 in Downtown or just trying to avoid shuttered streets, we’ve got details and a map of the festivities at Grand Park.
Ten city-owned lots will be transformed into parks, community markets, or gardens.
Some residents live 100 feet from the busy interstate.
These under-the-radar parks are perfect for picnics, birthday parties, and peaceful walks.
Take a close look at where the freeway would be covered with public space for festivals, playgrounds, and viewing decks.
The goal is for Los Angeles residents to live within a 10-minute walk of a public park.
The glassy house would be built on a privately owned lot in the middle of the park.
It will be turned into a sprawling park.
The North Atwater Bridge bridge will connect pedestrians and cyclists to North Atwater Park and Griffith Park.
The tower was once slated to be complete in 2020.
A master plan update is set to guide the future of the lake, now that it’s no longer needed for water storage.
It’s an effort to preserve green space that locals have turned into a de facto park.
A city councilmember is looking to ease traffic, potentially by charging for parking.
Some of the report’s suggestions are truly outside the box.
City Councilmember Joe Buscaino says he’s working to make it happen.
A new city report keeps alive a proposal to place a park over the freeway between Santa Monica’s downtown and civic center.
The Griffith Park project, which would ferry riders up Mount Lee from the LA Zoo would cost up to $30 million to build.
They call for 146 new projects around the river. But not all are happy with the scope of the plans.
Take a fresh look at the "radical flatness" planned for the Downtown gathering space.
A public-private partnership could also bring a "coastal resort" to the 50-acre property.