Venice Beach is going to turn out to be more accessible to visitors, particularly the individuals who experience issues crossing the sand.
The Los Angeles County Department of Beaches and Harbors will unroll the entrance tangle next Tuesday close to the Venice Boulevard beach parking part.
The tangle will begin at the Marvin Braude Bike Trail and end in a “T” shape nearer to the water’s edge. It will be accessible generally from spring until fall.
“One of the incredible delights of going to the beach is investing energy in the sand close to the water,” said county Supervisor Sheila Kuehl, whose area incorporates Venice. “Presently, with the utilization of this new tangle, individuals who experience issues arranging the sand can all the more completely and securely appreciate a sublime day at Venice Beach.”
The tangle, made of a fine nylon network, is intended to help give individuals utilizing wheelchairs an all the more firm surface to overcome the sand.
The Venice Beach tangle denotes the eighth one the Department of Beaches and Harbors has introduced.
An intuitive guide of all entrance tangle and beach wheelchair locations can be found here.