LA/2B Activity Kit

The Mobility Plan team’s online town hall was supplemented with a “Great Streets, Great Neighborhoods” Activity kit. Each kit included an introduction and three exercises to help communities provide input for the development of the goals, objectives, policies, and programs of the Mobility Element. Thus, neighborhood councils and organizations received this kit for their respective communities, and additional copies of the brochures and resources were made available here.

Although the Mobility Plan 2035 has been adopted, the Activity Kit will remain on this site for anyone who wishes to review or use it.

Each Activity Kit Includes:

(Download entire kit in English or Spanish)

                                            I. Introductory Letter (Download)

II. Guide to LA/2B and Activity Kit

Download Guide in English or Spanish




A. Share Your Vision

What do you consider a “livable neighborhood?” What would your Los Angeles of the future look like? How should public streets be used?

 Download Part A in English or Spanish


B. Rank Your Priorities

What are the most important roles that street should play, and what are the most important priorities for you and your community?

Download Part B in English or Spanish 


C. Community Mapping

Where would you like to see upgrades in your neighborhood to make it easier to walk and improve safety for bicyclists and motorists?

Download Instructions and Maps by Neighborhood in English

Download Part C Instructions in Spanish

Printing Tips: The blue links and images should open a PDF file that can be printed directly from your web browser. You may need to use print preview and change the print settings to “shrink” or “fit to print area” to fit the whole layout on letter-sized paper.  

4 Responses to LA/2B Activity Kit

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  3. Mats Johansson says:

    You should explain how to print this page. All prints came out as partial zoomed in versions until I figured out how to first make a pdf and then printing it.

  4. Mats Johansson says:

    I mean the pages that are linked hereto. This page prints OK…

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