It is our job as the current generation of leaders in Los Angeles to continue to transform our current public-right-of-way to be a place of resiliency where Angelenos can take refuge from the elements and where our lungs can breathe. pic.twitter.com/5QvU1TXTtR— Councilmember Nithya Raman (@cd4losangeles) November 30, 2023
San Fernando Sun:
The $2.5 million funding will allow for the construction of 3,000 bus shelters throughout LA, including 400 in the Northeast San Fernando Valley, and the implementation of cool pavement on street segments in the valley. These shelters will have several features, including a canopy, a display panel for city announcements and emergency broadcasts, real-time bus arrival information, lighting for enhanced visibility and accessibility features such as push-to-talk buttons and wheelchair-friendly spaces.