The Los Angeles City Council recently voted on a new growth plan for Warner Center, which would guide the transformation of the mainly auto-centric business hub into a transit village. The Warner Center 2035 Plan would focus on pedestrian-oriented design and environmentally sound transportation options. Unique to Los Angeles, this new plan calls for the installation of “slow vehicle lanes”, which offer dedicated travel lanes for vehicles slower than bicycles. The success of the Orange Line bolsters the notion that transit-oriented development will fuel future growth in the area, according to proponents. The plan also calls for “activity nodes” that encourage public gatherings. The plan has the support of various local groups.