Posted in January 2012

The Debut of the Main Street Road Diet

Crews with the City of Los Angeles completed the much anticipated Main Street Road Diet in Venice over the weekend. The project –from Windward Circle to the Santa Monica border — reduces travel lanes from four to two lanes and creates a bike lane in each direction (source). The road diet is meant to increase safety for … Continue reading

LA City Council Committee Assignments

The Council President’s office informed Councilman Bill Rosendahl about his committee assignments today. Chair Transportation Ad Hoc on Social Equity Vice Chair Audits and Efficiency Trade, Commerce and Tourism Member Budget and Finance Board of Referred Powers AD Hoc Stadium Learn more about each committee and the responsibilities here.

VIDEO: LA Receives TsunamiReady Status from Weather Service

Councilman Bill Rosendahl announced today that the National Weather Service recognized the City of Los Angeles as a TsunamiReady and StormReady city. The City of Los Angeles achieved this recognition by successfully passing a comprehensive application and inspection review process of its communication infrastructure, community outreach and education program, and tsunami and storm related planning … Continue reading

Downtown Playa del Rey Community Design Overlay Meeting

Do you have an opinion about the future of Culver Boulevard in Downtown Playa del Rey?  Join community members and City Council District 11 staff as we work together to write a new set of design guidelines to make Culver Boulevard a more vibrant destination! These new design guidelines will become a Community Design Overlay (CDO) supplement … Continue reading

Crews Begin Work on Main Street Road Diet

UPDATE: LADOT expects to finish road work by this weekend. VENICE — A new transportation project on one of Venice’s busiest streets will help improve mobility, increase road safety, and encourage active modes of transportation. The Main Street Road Diet — taking place between Windward Circle and the City of Santa Monica — will reduce … Continue reading