Action: Improve the interface between the river corridor and adjacent communities.
A 51-mile corridor of connected public open space, arts, and culture along the LA River can only be an asset if it has strong personal and physical connections with adjacent communities.
Both personal and physical connections with the river provide mutual benefits—for example, in the form of community voices shaping the river experience and becoming a greater community asset, or in the form of increased patronage of the river and compatible adjacent land uses.
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