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What to expect at today’s city council committee meeting on Mobility 2035 plan




L.A. City Council Planning and Land Use Management Committee are reconvening this afternoon to take a second look at the original Mobility Plan 2035.
L.A. City Council Planning and Land Use Management Committee are reconvening this afternoon to take a second look at the original Mobility Plan 2035.
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Following a lawsuit filed by a local nonprofit, members of the L.A. City Council Planning and Land Use Management Committee are reconvening this afternoon to take a second look at the original Mobility Plan 2035, which seeks to reduce Angelenos’ reliance on cars over the next 20 years.

The plan was originally passed in August, but after the group Fix the City filed suit against the city arguing that they didn’t adequately examine the impact of removing car lanes on things like traffic and air quality, several council members decided they needed to revise and pass a new version of the plan.

LA 2035 Mobility Plan

Guests:

Eric Bruins, planning and policy director for the Los Angeles County Bike Coalition

Jay Beeber, executive director of Safer Streets L.A., and a research fellow with the Reason Foundation