Open Space (from General Plan Land Use Map, Northeast Los Angeles Community Plan)
We are proposing to construct a bicycle trail from the City of Pasadena to near the downtown area of City of Los Angeles. The proposed project consists of constructing a total of approximately 2.6 miles of Class I bicycle trail varying in width from 10 feet to 12 feet wide, in and along the Arroyo Seco Flood Control Channel (Channel). The path will be striped on an 8-inch thick Portland cement concrete structural section. In locations where the proposed bike path will ramp out of the Channel, the Channel walls will be modified to accommodate the construction of ramps that will allow bikers to exit the Channel. Retaining walls will be erected where needed to support the Channel embankments. Portions of the bike path will be constructed in the Channel and along sections of the Channel's southern bank. The proposed bike path will be constructed in two phases.
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