Weiss Resigns from Chatsworth Neighborhood Council
- 09 Nov 2012
- Written by Saul Daniels
Last updateMon, 30 Mar 2015 8pm
Date: Mar 30, 2015
LA opens 1.1-mile stretch of Mt. Hollywood Drive to help tourists seeking closer views of the Hollywood sign.
A city of Los Angeles decision to allow motorists to use a popular hiking and cycling route in Griffith Park to alleviate congestion on other hillside roads has pitted park lovers against area residents, mirroring a similar dispute in neighboring Beachwood Canyon.
In mid-March, the Recreation and Parks Department opened a 1.1-mile stretch of Mt. Hollywood Drive to traffic as part of a three-week trial period to ease congestion for tourists seeking close-up views of the Hollywood sign. The route, just west of Griffith Observatory, was closed to cars two decades ago.
But road space is at a premium as traffic in the park grows worse, officials say, and opening up new routes is something worth exploring. (Read the rest.)
Vol 13 Issue 27
Pub: Mar 31, 2015
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