Mayor Eric Garcetti today joined Xerox for the launch of Go LA, a transportation app that provides detailed information on every available mode of getting around the Los Angeles region.
“Go LA will help Angelenos get where they need to go by connecting smart technology with infrastructure,” said Mayor Garcetti. “The app helps users move around in faster, cheaper, and greener ways by linking them to all of the transportation options available to them — from freeways, to Metro, to bike routes — while also providing the City with useful data that can help us shape a more mobile future for the people who live and work here.”
Go LA aggregates and calculates the time, cost, carbon footprint, and health benefits from walking, biking, driving your own car, parking, taking public transit, or using emerging private transportation options like Lyft, Zipcar, FlitWays, and Uber.
Eric Garcetti is running for Mayor to lead Los Angeles to be the great city it should be, with a thriving economy and a City Hall that works. He is focused on ensuring Los Angeles competes for jobs by preparing our students and workforce, innovating at city hall, and building stronger, livable neighborhoods.