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Last week, the Mountains Recreation & Conservation Authority completed construction on the final phase of its Milton Street Park project near Ballona Creek - a green street.

The project, which spans 1,000 feet along eponymous Milton Street, added new sidewalks, ADA-compliant ramps, street signage and vegetated stormwater curb extensions to the linear park.

SWA Group designed the project, as well as the adjoining green space.

Click here for our walkthrough of Milton Street Park, which opened in 2016.

The entrance to Milton Street Park
Vegetated curb extensions
Looking east along Milton Street
Diagram of Milton Street Park via SWA Group

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