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The City is upgrading Spring and Main Streets from Cesar Chavez Avenue to 9th Street.
Spring and Main are the heart of public life in DTLA. These vibrant streets connect the Civic Center, Historic Core, Fashion District, and Olvera Street.
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Take a spin around to see how Spring Street works today.
Shared space creates conflicts and confusion between people who are traveling at different speeds.
People walking must cross long intersections while vehicles turn across their path. The bicycle lane is often blocked with buses or vehicles and their doors. Parking and right turns are challenging.
A more organized street will help all road users be more visible and predictable to one another, and allow buses to travel more efficiently
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