AGENDA

1. Welcome & Introductory Remarks
2. Highlights of Design Concepts
3. Our Community Partners
4. The Power of Implementation
5. Next Steps & Refreshments


Community Partners
Arts District
• Arts District Business Improvement District
• Arts District Community Council (ADCC/LA)
• Cause Connect
• Los Angeles River and Arts Business Association
(LARABA)
• Mura Homeowner Association
• Rothenberg Sawasy Architects (RSA)
• Savoy Homeowner Association
• Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc)
Little Tokyo
• Asian Pacific Islander Small Business Program
(API SBP)
• Japanese American Community and Cultural
Center
• Japanese American National Museum
• Japanese Chamber of Commerce of Southern
California
• Little Tokyo Business Improvement District
• Little Tokyo Community Council (LTCC)
• Little Tokyo Historical Society
• Little Tokyo Public Safety Association
• Little Tokyo Service Center
• Sharpless Creations
• Southeast Asian Community Action (SEACA)
Cornfield Arroyo Seco
• Amigos de los Rios
• Center Theatre Group
• Cornfield Farm Lab
• EVOQ Properties Inc.
• FAMCO Investments
• Forest City West
• Friends of the Los Angeles River
• Greater Cypress Park Neighborhood Council
• Homeboy Industries
• Lincoln Heights Chamber of Commerce
• Lincoln Heights Neighborhood Council (LHNC)
• Los Angeles Conservation Corps
• Los Angeles County Arts Commission
• Los Angeles River Revitalization Corporation (RRC)
• San Antonio Winery
• Young Nak Outreach Transformation (YNOT)
• William Mead
Chinatown
• Asian Pacific American Legal Center (APALC)
• Castelar Elementary School
• Cathedral High School
• Chinatown Service Center
• Chinatown Business Improvement District (BID)
• Chinatown Library
• Chinatown Service Center
• Chinatown Teen Post
• Chinese American Citizens Alliance
• Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association
• Chinese Historical Society of So California
• Chungking Plaza Association
• East Wind Foundation
• Evans Community Adult School
• Jia Apartments
• Johnson Fain / Blossom Plaza
• LA Chinatown Corporation
• LA Chinatown Firecracker 10k Committee
• Los Angeles Conservancy
• National Chinese Welfare Council LA County
• Phoenix Bakery
Boyle Heights
• Alliance for a Better Community
• Boyle Heights Chamber of Commerce
• Boyle Heights Historical Society
• Boyle Heights Neighborhood Council (BHNC)
• Building a Healthy Boyle Heights Collaborative
• CASA 0101 Theater
• East Los Angeles Community Corporation
• Libros Schmibros
• Mictlan Murals
• Primera Taza
• White Memorial Medical Center
El Pueblo
• California Endowment Foundation
• Camacho's Inc.
• Chinese American Museum
• El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument Commission
• El Pueblo Park Association
• Historic Cultural Neighborhood Council (HCNC)
• Italian American Museum of Los Angeles
• La Placita Church
• La Plaza de Cultura y Artes
• LA River Revitalizations Corporation
• Metropolitan Water District of Southern California
• Olvera Street Merchants Association
• Park 101
Civic Center
• Bringing Back Broadway
• Bunker Hill Tower Condo Association
• Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels
• Central City Association (CCA)
• Central City East Association (CCEA)
• Colburn School of Music
• City of Los Angeles Project Restore
• Downtown Center Business Improvement District (BID)
• Downtown Los Angeles Neighborhood Council (DLANC)
• First 5 LA
• Friends of Park 101
• Grand and Museum Towers
• Grand Central Market
• Grand Park
• Higgins Building Homeowners Association
• Historic Downtown Los Angeles Business Improvement District
(BID)
• Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce
• Los Angeles County Law Library
• Los Angeles Police Department
• Los Angeles Streetcar Inc.
• Los Angeles Theater Company & Latino Theater Company
• Music Center - Performing Arts Center of Los Angeles County
• Promenade West Homeowner Association
• Ramon C Cortines School for Visual and Performing Arts
County/Citywide
• Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition (LACBC)
• Los Angeles Walks
Community Driven
Special Events
Community Partner Receptions
Community Visioning Festival & Bike Tour

Neighborhood Conversations
El Pueblo-Chinatown-Cornfield Arroyo Seco
Little Tokyo-Arts District
Boyle Heights
Civic Center
SCI-Arc Charrette

Briefings & Updates
Community groups, agency, elected offices

Surveys
Written responses at events
On-line responses through Metro.net
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WELCOME
Jenna Hornstock
Deputy Executive Officer, Countywide Planning, Metro

Art Leahy
Chief Executive Officer, Metro

Martha Welborne
Chief Planning Officer, Countywide Planning, Metro
Union Station Master Plan


DESIGN HIGHLIGHTS
Lisa Padilla, Cityworks Design
Patricia Smith / Urban Design
Deborah Murphy / Pedestrian Planning & Outreach
Fehr + Peers / Mobility
Gil Penalosa / 8-80 Cities
Arellano Associates / Public Outreach
Lenax Construction Services / Estimating


OBJECTIVE

Connect LA Union Station
and 1
st
/Central Station to
the neighborhoods around
them for pedestrians and
bicyclists


Union Station’s growth
Note sources here

Today
GOLD LINE
Pasadena to East L.A.

Tomorrow
GOLD LINE
Pasadena to East L.A.

BLUE LINE
Long Beach to DTLA

EXPO LINE
Santa Monica, Culver City
to DTLA
1
st
& Central Regional Connector Stn.
Chinatown
Cornfield
Arroyo-Seco
El
Pueblo
Union
Station
Little
Tokyo
Arts
District
NEIGHBORHOODS
Boyle
Heights
1
st
/Central
Station
Civic
Center
US
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Study Area
WALK
Union Station
1/2-mile radius

WALK
1
st
& Central Station
1/3-mile radius

BIKE
1 mile radius +
How many in US?
Ratio of workers to residents in
Downtown LA
Residents in walk-focused area
for both stations
US 201o Census data, DCBID DTLA Demographic Study 2013
8,843
42,789
Residents in bike-focused area for
both stations
Visitors to Downtown LA
9.5 to 1
10,000,000+
1
st
/CENTRAL
STATION
We need safer connections
Bicyclist-Auto Collisions
1-mile radius
1
st
/CENTRAL
STATION
Pedestrian-Auto Collisions
1/3- and 1/2-mile radius
Reported: 2007-2011
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1. Develop linkages action plan through a community-driven process
2. Transform the environment to benefit people on foot and people
on wheels.
3. Provide basic pedestrian and bicycle facilities to allow people to
safely walk, bike and use transit in the study area.
4. Reinforce neighborhood identity as expressed by its people, arts,
culture or history and promote placemaking.
5. Improve weak linkages to surrounding neighborhoods.
6. Improve access to open spaces, including the L.A. River, parks,
plazas and public spaces in the study area.
7. Enhance the first-time visitor’s experience between Union Station
and neighborhood centers of activity as well as 1
st
/Central.
8. Build upon the character and vitality of local businesses.
9. Enable a street to be re-purposed, such as “leftover space”
reclaimed for pedestrian or bicycle facilities, special events &
cultural programs.
10. Contribute to a more environmentally sustainable Los Angeles.
Objectives
Ideas & Importance

Connunity Visioning Fostival Satuiday, Novonloi 2, 2013, 11an-2pn

Ploaso join Motio at a Connunity
Visioning Fostival loi tho LA Union
Station and 1st]Contial Linkagos
Study, which will dovolop an Action
Plan to idontily licyclo and
podostiian linkagos lotwoon loth
station aioas and tho suiiounding
connunitios.
This lostival is lioo and opon to tho pullic. Activitios will includo:
> Idoa stations ! idontily podostiian and licyclo inpiovononts loi youi connunity
> Noighloihood liko toui and suivoy (Biing youi own liko and holnot, dopaits at
12:30PM¡
> "#$%&'()*+ -./$0$/$(+
> Fioo iolioshnonts and snacks whilo thoy last

Tho visioning lostival will lo hold duiing tho Dia do Los Muoitos cololiation at El
Puollo, which includos a host ol additional activitios.

El Puollo Histoiical Monunont
Placita do Doloios
125 Pasoo do la Plaza
Los Angolos, CA 90012
Tianspoitation
El Puollo is locatod in liont ol LA Union Station. Plan youi tiip at notio.not. Bicyclo
paiking piovidod ly Los Angolos County Bicyclo Coalition.

Fostival do Vision Púllica salado 2 do novionlio do 2013, do 11ana 2pn

Únaso a Motio on un Fostival do
Vision Púllica paia ol Estudio do
Aiticulacion ontio Union Station y
1st]Contial, quo tiono poi oljotivo
dosaiiollai un Plan do Accion ol
cual so idontilicaia conoxionos do
ciclistas y poatonos ontio las aioas
do anlas ostacionos y las
conunidados on los aliododoios.
Esto lostival os giatuito y alioito al púllico. Las actividados incluiian:
> Estacionos do idoas, paia idontilicai nojoias paia poatonos y ciclistas on su
conunidad
> Rocoiiido on liciclota poi ol vocindaiio y oncuosta (tiaiga su piopia liciclota y casco,
so paito a las 12:30 p.n.¡
> Actividados inlantilos
> Rolioscos y locadillos giatuitos hasta quo so agoton

El lostival do vision púllica tondia lugai duianto la cololiacion dol Dia do Los Muoitos
on El Puollo, la quo tanlion incluiia un sinlin do actividados oxtias.

Monunonto Histoiico El Puollo do
Los Angolos
Placita do Doloios
125 Pasoo do la Plaza
Los Angolos, CA 90012

Cono llogai
El Puollo osta justo on lionto do la Union Station. Utilico ol Planilicadoi do Viajos
(Tiip Plannoi¡ on notio.not paia voi iutas y conoxionos. El ostacionanionto paia
liciclotas soia liindado poi L.A. Bicyclo Coalition.






Community Festival 11/02/2013
GET A STAMP
AT EACH STATION
YOU COMPLETE.
MINIMUMOF
2 REQUIRED FOR
A FREE CHURRO
(WHILE THEY LAST)
IDEAS FOR
PEOPLE
ON FOOT
IDEAS FOR
PEOPLE
ON WHEELS
BIG IDEAS
FAMILY
ACTIVITY
1. How did you arrive here today? (Circle one)
Walk Bike Bus Metro Rail Other:
2. In which of these neighborhoods do you spend the most time? (Circle one)
El Pueblo Civic Center Arts District Little Tokyo Chinatown Cornfield Arroyo Seco Boyle Heights

3. On which street(s) do you walk the most often in that neighborhood?
4. On which street(s) would you walk if they were nicer?
5. Which are your favorite and least favorite streets?
6. In other neighborhoods, on which streets do you like to walk on?
7. What is the biggest obstacle to walking and/or bicycling to or fromUnion Station?

And the biggest obstacle to walking and/or bicycling to or from1st/Central Station Site?
Part 1
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1 2 3 4 5
Not Important Neutral Must Do
Walk-Bike Streets: What can be done today
Pedestrian Fundamentals
Essential improvements for pedestrian
safety and access will be provided as each
project is implemented


THE ESPLANADES

Los Angeles St. Crossing
Paseo Luis Olivares
Los Angeles St. Esplanade
Alameda Esplanade
North Broadway Esplanade
Los Angeles Crossing
Reinforce connection
between Union
Station and El Pueblo
as first step in
walking/biking to
many destinations
Paseo Luis Olivares
Create a walk-bike
esplanade into El
Pueblo connecting
Union Station and
Chinatown, continue
on N. Spring & close
slip lane at Cesar E.
Chavez
N. Spring Lot 2
Los Angeles St. Esplanade
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route to walk-bike
from El Pueblo to
Civic Center, Little
Tokyo and the
Historic Core by
expanding the east
sidewalk
N. Los Angeles St.
Alameda Esplanade (south of Union Station)

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WALK STREETS WITH CYCLE TRACK
• OR BIKE LANE OPTION
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Progressive option
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Safest way to bike
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to walk by restriping to
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center turn lane, more
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Main & Spring Streets
Make both streets
comfortable to walk
and bike between
Chinatown, El Pueblo,
Grand Park & Civic
Center. City to add
cycle track on both
streets.
N. Los Angeles St.
Grand
Park
City
Hall
Ft. Moore
Pioneer
Memorial
EL PUEBLO
CHINATOWN
Park 101
Ph. 1 Site
3
rd
Street Walk-Bike Street
Make this east-west
thoroughfare safer for
walking and cycling,
add a signalized
crossing for senior
residents, convert a
travel lane to cycle
track


STREETSCAPES

2
nd
/Traction Gateway
Little Tokyo
Arts District
Cesar E. Chavez
Boyle Heights
2
nd
/ Traction Gateway
Design a safer crossing
to 1
st
/Central Station
that serves as a gateway
to the Arts District &
Little Tokyo, close slip
lane for a plaza, new
people street at
Traction
E. 2
ND
ST.
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A
M
E
D
A

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T
.

Cesar E. Chavez (Grand to Alameda)
Improve walking
environment with
shade trees, bus stop
lighting, ornamental
lights and bikes
integrated per DOT
Boyle Heights
Make Boyle, St. Louis,
State & Soto more
walkable with curb
extensions, high
visibility crosswalks,
street trees, bus stop
lighting & ADA
ramps
City of LA Eastside Active Transportation Linkages, Phase II
Active Transportation Program | Cycle 1 | May 2014
ATTACHMENT 4c | PEDESTRIAN CROSSING BEFORE/AFTER SKETCH
BOYLE AVENUE + 3RD STREET - EXISTING CONDITIONS PHOTO. VIEW LOOKING NORTH ON BOYLE AVENUE TOWARDS
METRO GOLD LINE MARIACHI PLAZA STATION.
Wide streets like Boyle Avenue are dangerous for pedestrians to cross because without trafc calming and high
visibility crosswalks, drivers tend to speed and often don't see pedestrians.
BOYLE AVENUE + 3RD STREET - VIEW LOOKING NORTH ON BOYLE AVENUE TOWARDS METRO GOLD LINE MARIACHI
PLAZA STATION.
New curb extensions with street trees will reduce crossing distance for pedestrians and continental crosswalks with
advanced stop bars will create a safer un-signalized pedestrian crossing.
1
st
/CENTRAL
STATION
Mariachi
Plaza
Station
Pico/Aliso
Station
Cesar E. Chavez (Alameda to Pleasant)
Little Tokyo
Make Central, Judge
John Aiso/San Pedro,
and 2
nd
inviting to
walk by adding street
trees and ornamental
lights. Bike facilities
will be designed by
DOT.
Arts District Streetscape
Make 2
nd
and 3
rd
Sts.,
Traction Ave. and 4
th

Place more inviting to
walk within Arts
District, and to reach
1
st
/Central and Little
Tokyo. Improve 4
th

Place crossings.
A
L
A
M
E
D
A


S
T
.

3
RD
STREET


EL PUEBLO

Carol Jacques
Vice President, El Pueblo
Commission


El Pueblo Connections


CHINATOWN &
CORNFIELD ARROYO SECO

George Yu
President, Chinatown Business
Improvement District


Chinatown/CASP Connections


LITTLE TOKYO

Chris Aihara, Co-Chair
Regional Connector Little Tokyo/
Arts District Station Committee,
Little Tokyo Community Council
Little Tokyo Connections


ARTS DISTRICT

Yuval Bar-Zemer
Arts District Community Council
(ADCC/LA)


Arts District Connections
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BOYLE HEIGHTS

Rey Fukuda
Assistant Project Manager,
East Los Angeles Community
Corporation (ELACC)
Boyle Heights Connections
1
st
/CENTRAL
STATION
Mariachi Plaza
Station
Pico/Aliso
Station
City of LA Eastside Active Transportation Linkages, Phase II
Active Transportation Program | Cycle 1 | May 2014
ATTACHMENT 4c | PEDESTRIAN CROSSING BEFORE/AFTER SKETCH
BOYLE AVENUE + 3RD STREET - EXISTING CONDITIONS PHOTO. VIEW LOOKING NORTH ON BOYLE AVENUE TOWARDS
METRO GOLD LINE MARIACHI PLAZA STATION.
Wide streets like Boyle Avenue are dangerous for pedestrians to cross because without trafc calming and high
visibility crosswalks, drivers tend to speed and often don't see pedestrians.
BOYLE AVENUE + 3RD STREET - VIEW LOOKING NORTH ON BOYLE AVENUE TOWARDS METRO GOLD LINE MARIACHI
PLAZA STATION.
New curb extensions with street trees will reduce crossing distance for pedestrians and continental crosswalks with
advanced stop bars will create a safer un-signalized pedestrian crossing.


CIVIC CENTER

Valerie Watson
Assistant Pedestrian Coordinator,
City of Los Angeles


Civic Center Connections


WALK ADVOCATE

Mark Vallianatos
Steering Committee,
Los Angeles Walks


PEDESTRIAN FUNDAMENTALS


BICYCLE ADVOCATE

Eric Bruins
Planning & Policy Director,
LA County Bicycle Coalition


BICYCLES SUPPORT WALKING
Source: studio-111blog.com


NEXT STEPS

Project Costs
Funding
Implementation



Project Costs
Pedestrian Fundamentals $3 million
Los Angeles Crossing $3 million
Los Angeles Esplanade $4.4 million
Alameda Esplanade $8.3 – 10.3 million* (4 segments)
2
nd
& Traction Gateway $1.5 million
Paseo Luis Olivares $1.3 million
N. Main St. $1 million
Cesar E. Chavez $5.6 million* (3 segments)
N. Broadway in Chinatown $ .25 – 1.4 million (depends on option)
1st Street $ 3 - 4.7 million (3 segments, depends on option)
Santa Fe-Alpine Spine $6.8 million (5 segments)
3
rd
Street $3.5 million
N. Broadway Esplanade $3.3 million
Including all other streetscapes, proposed projects total approx. $50-60 million.
Individual projects average $1.5 to 4 million each. Costs are for construction today plus
5 years escalation. * Does not include any bridge construction - costs are unknown
In Hand
Eastside Access Measure R Funds $4 million

Other Potential Sources
Active Transportation Program (ATP) Grants $10 million
Cesar E. Chavez Connections (Chinatown, El Pueblo)
Eastside Access II (Boyle Heights)
Pedestrian Safety (Little Tokyo)
More applications can be submitted 2015

TIGER Grant $4.5 million
Walk-Bike Projects (1
st
/Central area)

LADOT Bike Plan Implementation
City of LA People Streets Program
Metro Call-for-Projects Grants
Tax Increment Financing (TIF)
Funding
Phasing
Projects will be phased & opportunistic

Agency Roles
Developers Implement streetscape fronting new projects
City of LA Implement projects through DOT & Public Works
L.A. County Public Works Prioritize/implement projects along County property
Metro Implement portions of Union Station perimeter, provide leadership/
guidance, prioritize 1
st
/last mile connectors
State & Federal Prioritize/implement projects along their property

Partnerships
Retain ConnectUS Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) to fund/implement
Invite Council Offices to chair quarterly TAC in partnership with Metro
Community Partners can advocate, provide supporting efforts & letters, attend
TAC updates
Implementation
Next Steps
Additional Tasks
• Concepts for Los Angeles Street closure
• Coordination around 1
st
/Alameda
• Refine plan based on June-July outreach
meetings & briefings

Publish Connect US Action Plan
• Pedestrian and bicycle priorities
• Conceptual illustrations, examples, costs
• Lead advocate (public, private, community)
• Agency that will implement each project
• Approvals that are required
• Regulations
• Funding sources
• Next steps
LA Union Station and
1st/Central Station Linkages

LOS ANGELES COUNTY METROPOLITAN
TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
CITYWORKS DESIGN
8-80 Cities • Patricia Smith ASLA, AICP • Fehr and Peers
Deborah Murphy Urban Design + Planning
Arellano Associates • KPFF • Lenax Construction Services


POWER OF IMPLEMENTATION

Gil Penalosa
Executive Director, 8-80 Cities


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