LA2050

Metric

Travel time to work connect
In 2015, 48 percent of Angelenos reported having commute times of over 30 minutes, and 12.5 percent of Angelenos reported having a work commute of 60 minutes or more.

Source: U.S. Census Bureau
Our target:
Angelenos will spend less than 30 hours in traffic.
66 hours
2013
30 hours
2049

Help us reach our goals for this metric

Kcrw
What Does Your LA Sound Like?

SoundsLA is KCRW’s ongoing series of audio postcards that start with a sound found in and around Los Angeles.

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Geohub
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Urbanmobility
Check out the Urban Mobility in the Digital Age Report

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Get Inspired with 101 Small Ways to Improve LA

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Tour Downtown
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Speed up a Metro Project with Public-Private Collaboration

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20ways
20 Ways to Fix LA

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Open Call for Radical Optimism Event Ideas

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