The organizing committee expects the privately funded games to break even.
Can LA make the 2028 Games work for all Angelenos?
The last time Los Angeles hosted the Olympics, it "sterilized" the streets.
Transportation solutions deployed for the 1984 Summer Olympics are even more relevant today.
LA’s transit network will look dramatically different in 11 years.
Ten years from now, the Olympics will return to Los Angeles for the first time since 1984.
Only 34 years have passed, but a lot has changed.
City leaders want more transit options and better sidewalks in time for the 2028 games.
The project list for Mayor Eric Garcetti’s Twenty-Eight by ’28 initiative includes the Sepulveda Pass and another Gold Line extension—but not a light rail to WeHo.
"We should all be racing to accelerate as many projects in as many places as we can."
The city has been all but assured to host, but a unanimous vote Wednesday by the International Olympic Committee cemented the return of the games in 2028.
Sign up for the Curbed LA Newsletter
A new agreement will bring the games back to Los Angeles. But critics of the games say the city is rushing; a budget for the 2028 games has not been completed.
The 50-year-old pier is set to be used during sailing events, but Mayor Robert Garcia says it’s "in massive need of repair."
City leaders and IOC officials have to reach a deal by September.
With only two remaining candidates bidding for the games, all that’s left to decide is which city will host first.
The filing comes hot on the heels of a recommendation from the International Olympic Committee’s executive committee all but assuring that Los Angeles will host the Olympic games in the next 11 years.
A growing coalition called NOlympics LA says the games would hurt the city. We asked an organizing member to tell us why.
It’s just about a done deal that the Olympics are coming to LA, either in 2024 or 2028. IOC president Thomas Bach called the arrangement a "win-win-win."
The images reveal how recognizable venues like the Rose Bowl and the Forum would be transformed for the games.
The city’s waterfront would play a big part in the 2024 games—if LA wins its bid.
The city’s bid committee releases renderings of a brightly colored temporary sports park in the Sepulveda Basin Recreation Area.
Released by the California Legislative Analyst’s Office, it suggests the city could host a low-cost and low-risk games—should it win its bid.
Hungary has withdrawn Budapest’s bid to host the 2024 Olympics amid growing local resistance to the games. That leaves Paris as LA’s only challenger.
It would cost as much as attending the Super Bowl or NBA Finals.
Events would occur at both the Coliseum and future NFL stadium in Inglewood, with most of the opening ceremony held at the new stadium and the closing ceremony held at the Coliseum—which has hosted the games twice before.
The president-elect says he’s on board with the games, but will his protectionist politics and anti-immigration rhetoric turn off International Olympic Committee voters? Mayor Eric Garcetti once suggested that possibility.
Leaders of LA's 2024 Olympic bid announced Thursday that the city's hosting plans have grown to include a complex of facilities in Long Beach that includes two temporary venues. The Honda Center in Anaheim would also be used for volleyball.
Los Angeles is an underdog in its battle to win the 2024 Olympic games, having last hosted only 32 years ago. But Olympics planner Bill Hanway says the city's bid could usher in a new era of responsible approaches to hosting.
LA's Olympic bid book touts Santa Monica State Beach as the presumable location for beach volleyball events. Plans call for a 12,000-seat temporary arena near the Santa Monica Pier. Exciting! But there could be some serious drawbacks.
A new video from LA 2024, the group leading the city's Olympic bid, shows off the area as a pair of kids rattle off a list of things they'd like to see in their "dream city." Turns out, LA has all those things and is pretty much perfect.
Facing steep competition from Rome, Budapest, and especially Paris, Los Angeles might not seem like the favorite to host the 2024 Olympic games. But Bill Hanway, who helmed planning efforts for the games in London and Rio, says the city has a shot.
New renderings and a video show how the venue would be converted from a college football field into a place where track and field events would happen. There's also venue shuffling that's moving swimming events away from the new soccer stadium.