NEW STREET ID SIGNS ON OVERPASSES ALONG THE LA RIVER

GLENDALE NARROWS, LOS ANGELES RIVER — The Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) recently installed new signs that identify the street names of overpasses along the Los Angeles River Bike Path in the 13th District, Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell announced today.

The new signs will help pathway users, as well as law enforcement, in identify where they are along the River.

“The signage is an important addition and will greatly enhance the user experience along the LA River bike and pedestrian path,” said O’Farrell. “The signs makes it much easier for people to know exactly where they are, and will help first responders in case of an emergency.”

The street name signs were installed by the Los Ángeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) on both sides of all the overpasses over the LA River Bike Path. The new signage follows the addition of 30 wayfinding signs installed along the LA River earlier this year.

O’Farrell is the Chair of the City’s Arts, Parks, Health, Aging, and the Los Angeles River Committee. He is also a member of the Public Safety Committee.

 

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