Footnotes: A Report on the State of Walking in LA

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We have been hard at work on our first annual report on the state of walking in LA. We have a lot of great contributions from local writers, illustrators, designers, and policymakers, and the piece was produced by our own steering committee members, designed by Colleen Corcoran and edited by Alissa Walker.

The report includes both personal stories, tips for walkers, metrics on pedestrian issues in LA, and more serious policy discussions. We hope you’ll check it out!

We’ll be posting articles online over the next few months, but you can get your copy by donating to Los Angeles Walks …and help fund our Spanish language version!

Thanks to all the contributors! Rudy Espinoza, Christopher Hawthorne, Randal Henry and Manal Aboelata-Henry, LA History, Andy Janicki, Daveed Kapoor, Dylan Lathrop, Andy Martinez, Outpost, Mark Vallianantos, DJ Waldie, Valerie Watson, Brian Rea, and Rosten Woo.

And thanks to DJ Waldie, who mentioned our publication in his latest KCET column while reflecting upon what it means to be a pedestrians in LA.

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