FAQ


Frequently Asked Questions


What is the purpose of the feasibility study?

The feasibility study will serve as a tool to allow informed decision-making on whether to move an Aerial Transit System (ATS) forward for Griffith Park. Learn more about this study and the benefits of an ATS in the ‘Learn More’ page.

 

What is the feasibility study process?

The process for this feasibility study is shown below. We are currently in Phase 2.

How are potential impacts on the surrounding wildlife and community being studied?

A high-level study on the park’s biological resources and constraints is being conducted as part of the feasibility study. If an ATS is deemed feasible, decision-makers will move forward with preparing a rigorous and state-mandated Environmental Impact Report (EIR).

 

What opportunities exist to get involved in the feasibility study?

The best opportunities to get involved in the feasibility study are to take our survey and attend a community event. You can find the survey on the ‘Participate’ page and upcoming community events on the ‘Home’ page. Sign up for our mailing list using the ‘Stay Updated’ button below for future opportunities to get involved.

 

Who is conducting the feasibility study?

City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks has selected Stantec — a global engineering, consulting, architecture and design firm — to conduct the feasibility study.

 

During initial outreach we were told Warner Brothers was not part of the Feasibility Study, why is it now included?

After conducting initial feasibility research we learned more about this potential route. In the spirit of providing the City with a tool to consider all potentially feasible options, we have added this potential route to this Feasibility Study process. As of today, it needs further study and has not been evaluated to the level of detail as the other three routes.