Los Angeles Walks is a pedestrian advocacy organization that makes walking Safe, Accessible, Fun and Equitable for all Angelenos.

10 Wild Miles in Los Angeles

On July 30th, 2016, Los Angeles walks held its first ‘Wild Walk.’ Will Wright, who came up with the idea for a ‘wild walk’ and who is Director of Government and Public Affairs for the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Los Angeles Chapter, wanted to do something new. Unlike other...

Footnotes Feature: Latinos Reinvigorating Walking at Cesar Chavez and Soto St.

With the 2016 edition of Footnotes coming soon, we're revisiting articles that appeared in our 2015 issue. The following piece was written by James Rojas, an urban planner, community activist, and artist.  By James Rojas The Cesar Chavez and Soto St. intersection swarms daily with pedestrians, transit riders, cyclists, and...

Action Alert: Keep Mobility Plan 2035 Intact

Two corridors are at risk of being eliminated from the Plan's Bicycle Enhanced Network: Westwood Blvd. near UCLA and Central Avenue in South LA.
Our vision
Los Angeles is a vibrant city in which people can and do walk regularly for transportation, exercise, or fun. Policymakers and residents appreciate walking as a valuable form of transportation, and Angelenos of all ages, ethnicities, incomes, and abilities are able to walk or move safely through their neighborhoods.
About LA Walks
We are a volunteer-supported organization dedicated to promoting walking and pedestrian infrastructure in Los Angeles, educating Angelenos and local policymakers concerning the rights and needs of pedestrians of all abilities, and fostering the development of safe and vibrant environments for all pedestrians.


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