Taylor Yard Bikeway/Pedestrian Bridge Over the Los Angeles River Project


SCH Number
Lead Agency
Los Angeles, City of (City of Los Angeles)
Document Title
Taylor Yard Bikeway/Pedestrian Bridge Over the Los Angeles River Project
Document Type
MND - Mitigated Negative Declaration
Present Land Use
Open space/[Q]PF-1XL-RIO for bridge area and M3-1-CDO-RIO for Kerr Road

Document Description
The proposed project would include the construction a multi-modal bridge over the Los Angeles River between Elysian Valley on the west and Taylor Yard on the east. The proposed bridge would be designed for bicycle and pedestrian use, and would also support emergency vehicles. On the south, the proposed bridge would connect with the existing bikeway along the river. Two American with Disabilities Act-compliant ramps would be constructed in this area. On the north, a new 275-ft long bikeway ramp would lead to a proposed two-way bike path with buffer along Kerr Road that would connect to San Fernando Road. Nine Magnolia trees located along Kerr Road would be removed under the proposed project. Proposed crosswalks would be added at the San Fernando Road/Future Street and Cypress St/Future Street intersections.

Contact Information
Norman Mundy
City of Los Angeles
1149 S. Broadway, Suite 600
Los Angeles, CA 90015

Phone : (213) 485-5737


34°05'38.25"N 118°14'9.73"W
Los Angeles Los Angeles, City of
Los Angeles
Cross Streets
Adjacent to Kerr Road and LA River Greenway Trail between Altman and Dorris Place
Parcel #
State Highways
110, I-5
Dorris Place ES
LA River
Other Location Info
Silverlake-EchoPark -Elysian

Notice of Completion

Review Period Start
Review Period End
Development Type
Transportation:Other (bridge/bike path)
Local Action
Use Permit
Project Issues
Aesthetic/Visual Agricultural Land Air Quality Archaeologic-Historic Biological Resources Flood Plain/Flooding Forest Land/Fire Hazard Geologic/Seismic Noise Population/Housing Balance Public Services Recreation/Parks Soil Erosion/Compaction/Grading Solid Waste Traffic/Circulation Vegetation Water Quality Water Supply Wetland/Riparian Land Use Cumulative Effects
Reviewing Agencies
California Department of Parks and Recreation California Highway Patrol California Public Utilities Commission Department of Water Resources Regional Water Quality Control Board, Region 4 Resources Agency State Lands Commission Caltrans, District 7 Native American Heritage Commission Department of Fish and Wildlife, Region 5
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