TELL CITY OFFICIALS TO STOP THE INSTALLATION OF DIGITAL AD SCREENS IN PUBLIC BUS SHELTERS
Act Now to Preserve our Streetscapes and Protect Your Privacy
The proliferation of billboards in Los Angeles has long been a problem, and the picture is about to get worse.
The Public Works Department plans to issue an RFP that would seriously mar our streetscapes by introducing changing digital advertising screens to more than 1,000 bus shelters in every neighborhood. More than just visual nuisances and safety hazards, these billboards use wifi and tracking software, introducing privacy concerns.
According to two public opinion polls taken in late 2019, a large majority of L.A. residents do not want digital ads in their neighborhoods. The proposed plan is dangerous and potentially illegal.
What can you do?
You can let city officials know you think that this project should not move forward without additional study and community input.
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