Gallery: LA River Restoration Moves Forward With Opening of the Glendal...

Until recently, the LA River has largely been a concrete canal that is virtually inaccessible to most residents. But a giant master plan completed in 2007 is now guiding efforts to restore the river and turn it into one of the longest recreational zones in the US. A section of the newly redeveloped river has opened to the public with recreational trails—and it will be open to boating this summer. Phase I of the Glendale Narrows Riverwalk is now operational, and more sections are expected soon.

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