First/Last Mile Solutions


Person holding a collapsible bike waiting for the train

For Angelenos who live more than an easy walk away from a transit stop, public transportation is just out of reach. Los Angeles could provide first/last mile solutions that help people get to and from stations and bus stops. By providing shuttle buses, expanding bike and pedestrian access, and promoting expanded use of ridesharing apps for people trying to get to transit, we can make transit work for more people and take more cars off the road.

Read about first/last mile solutions being implemented in Los Angeles and elsewhere:

Apr 11, 2018 – ​Car-Sharing Service Getaround Launches in Los Angeles, Plans Expansion Through Southern California, Los Angeles Daily News

Mar 21, 2018 – ​E-Bikes Are Getting More People Out of Their Cars, Bicycling

Feb 28, 2018 – ​Can the Bird Electric Scooter Solve Our Transit Woes?, Los Angeles Times​​​​​​​​​​

Feb 26, 2018 – ​City Approves Car Sharing Program, First Proposed by LaBonge, Los Feliz Ledger​​​​​​​​​​

Feb 23, 2018 – ​Last-Mile Providers Take Different Routes, Los Angeles Business Journal​​​​​​​​​​

Feb 13, 2018 – ​Automakers Prepare for an America That’s Over Cars, Star Tribune​​​​​​​​​​

Jan 17, 2018 – ​WeHo Bike Share Program May Be Free for WeHoans, WEHOville​​​​​​​​​

Jan 15, 2018 – ​Bikesharing App Spin Adds Pedal-Assist Ebikes for Urban Commuters, Ditigal Trends​​​​​​​​​​