I imagine that many riverside communities will be uniquely affected by the coming changes related to the L.A. River; with that in mind I set out to explore a stretch of San Fernand
L.A. once boasted the largest network of interurban rail, and there are numerous abandoned rail paths that have become, in many cases, hidden greenways.
A stroll along Metro's future light rail spur from Pasadena to Azusa, through the foothill communities below the San Gabriel Mountains.
The stops along Phase 2 of the Metro Expo Line light rail will be a lot more convenient than you think.
For this auto-less adventure, I decided to explore a train line that doesn't yet exist.
The least-known Metro transit line can take you to unexpected places deep into the San Gabriel Valley.
Wanting to engage the experience on a deeper or at least different level, this year I decided to attempt to walk the entire route of CicLAvia.
With the opening of the Orange Line Extension, it's now a bit easier to explore the wonders of the San Fernando Valley.