Road work continues on massive overhaul of Broadway corridor in Long Beach

by    in Opinion, Streets & Urban Design
Photo by Brian Addison. Above: workers begin construction on Broadway at Falcon. Over a year after the announcement that the Broadway Corridor between Junipero and Alamitos Avenues would be receiving a massive and much-needed overhaul, work has formally begun...

The Highlight of the Broadway Project in Long Beach Isn’t More Parking—the Real Gem Is that We’re Getting an Entirely New Street

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Photo by Brian Addison I didn’t write about the City of Long Beach beginning on one of Long Beach’s biggest infrastructural projects—renovating and basically replacing one of Broadway’s most pedestrian-heavy stretches—because, well, I had already written about it. But...
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New Renderings Show How Measure A Will Upgrade Some Parks Across Long Beach

by    in Parks & Public Real Estate
Renderings courtesy of Long Beach Measure A is the largest infrastructural investment the city’s seen in a generation—something I supported long before nearly 80% of voters approved it last year. And why? The tax initiative that focused on generating...

Long Beach’s Broadway Corridor to Get Protected Bike Lanes, Expanded Sidewalks, More

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Photo by Brian Addison. Much to the applause of urbanists and lovers of streets, Mayor Robert Garcia and the Long Beach’s Public Works Departments came out with great news at today’s Broadway Visioning Forum: the in-dire-need-of-love Broadway Corridor will...
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