Updates: February 22 Community Open House

December 2017 outreach updates

We've now collected almost 200 surveys from residents, business-owners and people who visit Lankershim. The presentation below synthesizes some of our key takeaways and next steps in the project.




What is your vision for Lankershim?

The City of Los Angeles Great Streets Initiative in partnership with the Office of Councilmember Paul Krekorian is preparing to develop a vision for the future of Lankershim Blvd from the NoHo transit station (Chandler Blvd) to Victory Blvd. By completing this short survey below, you will let us know your ideas on how to improve the street for walking, biking, transit use, public space, and much more.

LANKERSHIM Boulevard Survey

Name (optional)
Name (optional)
Do you live, work, attend school or own a business in the Lankershim Blvd area? (Check all that apply)
If a resident, how long have you lived here?
How long have you worked in the area?
Please select your age group.
What do you like about the Lankershim Corridor?
What are your top five priorities for improving Lankershim?





  • 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 continental crosswalks (at Weddington, Collins, and Miranda) and rapid flashing beacons (at Emelita) to enhance pedestrian safety

Lankershim Boulevard Story Map

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Lankershim boulevard partners

Do you live on this street? Click here to get involved!