Rethink Randolph

Rethink Randolph Rethink Randolph: re-imagine Randolph Street as a beautiful, accessible and safe corridor to walk, bi

Rethink Randolph, a six-month corridor feasibility study and outreach campaign led by the City of Huntington Park, in partnership with the City of Maywood and the City of Bell, invites local residents and visitors to re-imagine Randolph Street as a beautiful, accessible and safe corridor to walk, bike and play. The 4.3-mile, east-west corridor has an active Union Pacific Electric freight train tra

ck in the center median. Randolph Street is an important link between the Metro Blue Line Slauson Station and the Los Angeles River that connects the cities of Huntington Park, Bell, Maywood and Vernon, and the neighborhood of Florence. The larger “Rails to Trails” feasibility study and implementation plan, led by the consultant team of Fehr & Peers, RRM Design Group and Community Arts Resources (CARS), will evaluate the possibilities of different bicycle and pedestrian path configurations and facilities along the rail right-of-way (ROW). The study will also identify potential funding sources for the possible redevelopment of the corridor. Randolph Street is identified as a planned project in Huntington Park’s Bicycle Transportation Master Plan and Complete Streets Plan, the Gateway Cities Council of Governments (GCCOG) Active Transportation Plan, and Metro’s Active Transportation Strategic Plan (ATSP). Randolph Street is also currently being considered as an alternative alignment for Segment B of Metro’s Rail-to-River Active Transportation Corridor. The City of Huntington Park encourages all community members, especially those who live, work or frequently travel along Randolph Street, to attend one of the fun, family-friendly workshops to share their thoughts on how Randolph Street could be used. Feedback from the outreach campaign will influence the potential redevelopment of the corridor. In addition to gathering community feedback for the feasibility study, the Rethink Randolph pop-up workshops will feature free giveaways, interactive activities, and opportunities to win one of four new bikes provided by Huntington Park local, Reyes Bike Shop. Unique, temporary way-finding signage will also be installed along Randolph Street, providing more information about the campaign and inspiring users to visualize the corridor in a whole new way. Community feedback on the Randolph Street corridor will be collected through December 2016. A final report from the consultant team will be presented to the City in March 2016 with recommendations for the future vision of the Randolph Corridor.


Randolph Street
Huntington Park, CA


(213) 365-0324



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