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By: Steven Sharp | Urbanize LA
A nearly decade-old plan to remake the namesake corridors of the Broadway-Manchester neighborhood is showing signs of life.
This month, a notice of exemption issued by the California Natural Resources Agency and City of Los Angeles provided environmental clearance for the Broadway-Manchester Active Transportation Equity Project, which was first proposed in 2015. The project, as currently envisioned, would include impact 2.8-mile segments of Broadway and Manchester Avenue.
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