crenshaw boulevard

At the southern end of the Hyde Park neighborhood, this quaint section of Crenshaw Blvd with sections of street-fronting retail carries the promise of a dynamic neighborhood retail corridor. Great Streets seeks to make this section of Crenshaw safer and more accessible for those traveling by foot or by bike. As Metro constructs the Crenshaw Line to the north of Florence Ave, Great Streets will ensure that other parts of Crenshaw Blvd are not left out of new activity and investments in the Hyde Park community. Streetscape improvements to this stretch of Crenshaw can happen in conjunction with streetscape improvements in Park Mesa Heights and other sections of the Crenshaw corridor.

A Safe and Beautiful Corridor for All

On the heels of a tragic fatal crash on this stretch of Crenshaw Blvd. in 2013, community members rose up and worked with the City to secure $2 million in funds to improve safety on Crenshaw Blvd. from Florence Ave. to 79th St. 

The investments include new pedestrian crosswalks, flashing crosswalk warning beacons, concrete curb extensions and median islands with trees.

To learn more about what's planned and share you input, check out the images below and share your feedback via our online comment form here.

 

 

GREAT STREETS INVESTMENTS TO DATE

  • Partnered with Bureau of Street Services and Department of Transportation to implement proactive infrastructure maintenance, including concrete sidewalk repairs

  • Initiated weekly overnight street sweeping

  • Installed solar powered Soofa bench

  • Upgraded bus shelter with USB charging station, wifi, and realtime updates

  • Installed two new bus landings to make bus stops ADA accessible

  • Awarded $20,000 in Challenge Grant funding for Street Beats, a one-day event that highlighted transportation safety and community engagement

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West Adams-Baldwin Hills-Leimert Park Community Plan

The Los Angeles Department of City Planning is currently updating the community plan for the West Adams-Baldwin Hills-Leimert Park neighborhood. Learn more by visiting this website.

 

Crenshaw Boulevard Story Map

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Crenshaw Boulevard Partners

Do you live on this street? Click here to get involved, or contact

Adé Neff
ade@omoade.com
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