Busy Stretch of Figueroa Street in DTLA and Expo Park Gets Bike, Pedestrian Improvements

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A $20 million project on Figueroa Street will bring major changes for pedestrians, bikers and drivers along 4 miles of roadway from just south of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Exposition Park north to Seventh Street in downtown Los Angeles, transforming the thoroughfare into a "multimodal street." A ribbon-cutting for "MyFigueroa," which was funded by a Proposition 1C grant, was held Thursday at USC's Galen Center. Lauren Lyster reports for the KTLA 5 Morning News on Aug. 30, 2018.


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