UPDATE: DUE TO TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES, THE WESTSIDE MOBILITY MEETING CAN BE SEEN ON LA36.ORG INSTEAD OF THE VIDEO PLAYER ON CD11.LACITY.ORG.
Los Angeles City Councilmember Bill Rosendahl announced today that he is live streaming one of the Westside Mobility Study meetings in an effort to reach more constituents about possible plans for transportation in his district.
The event is being held on Tuesday, October 9, from 6-8 p.m. Managers of the study will discuss the latest and provide the public with an opportunity to give feedback on four Mobility Improvement packages. The four packages are the result of two years of meetings and public input on how to shape the future of transportation on the Westside.
“The Westside Mobility Study is helping us pave the way for both increased and improved transportation options on the Westside,” said Rosendahl. “I urge my constituents to continue to participate in shaping this plan, which is why we’ve made it easier than ever for the public to participate.”
Based on the feedback received at previous meetings as well as further technical analysis, the project team will update the community on the transportation improvements under consideration and the next steps. The improvement packages offer a range of options to fulfill the study’s overall goals and objectives:
- Improve the connectivity of the transit network
- Increase the efficiency of the transportation system
- Improve the transportation system to better serve all modes
- Enhance the livability of the Westside Boulevards
- Balance the provision and management of parking
Those who want to attend the meeting in person can head to the Felicia Mahood Senior Center, 11338 Santa Monica Blvd., West LA. The meeting will take place from 6-8 p.m.
In addition, the public will have one more chance to review the latest round of information at a meeting scheduled for October 16th at the Westchester Municipal Building ,7166 W. Manchester Ave., Westchester, from 6-8 p.m.