Wildlife Corridors

Considering the consequences of our decisions.

The hills surrounding the San Gabriel Valley are just one of the disappearing natural areas of metropolitan Los Angeles.  While it may make sense for industry to follow railroad corridors (the white roofs above), we’ve established rail corridors and parallel freeways while ignoring public transportation systems and corridors for wildlife.  Existing freeways have become gridlocked as more single-passenger vehicles are added to highways, leading to demands for more freeways.  ACF is seeking to promote programs that advocate pro-active projects to enhance public transportation in the greater Los Angeles Metropolitan Area while protecting and restoring needed wildlife corridors that were ignored when previous generations set travel routes for people and commerce.

[Header image: Jeff Yann]