The Hollywood Chamber reports that the CRA initiated an RFP process for a feasibility study of the freeway cap park. The study "will investigate the possibility of building atop the 101 Freeway in Hollywood to construct a "cap" park." Also, the proposed park now has a web site (hollywoodfreewaycentralpark.org) and a logo. That's half the battle right there.
Here's a helpful time line to help us understand when we can begin using our park.
October 2006: Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) approves project as demonstration project.
January 2007: Los Angeles City Council Approves $100,000 in Funding for Park Feasibility Study through Los Angeles Community Redevelopment Agency.
April 2007: Feasibility Study RFP is released
June 2007: Feasibility contractor selected
September 2007: Feasibility contractor completes report
October 2007: Environmental Impact Report process begins
October 2009: Environmental Impact Report completed
December 2010: Final Approval by Federal, State, and County Agencies
February 2010: Final Approval by City Agencies – certification of EIR
March 2010: Construction Begins
May 2012: Construction Completed – Grand Opening