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LA Vision Zero Action Plan to Help Eliminate Traffic Deaths by 2025

Thursday, January 26, 2017
Mayor Eric Garcetti and the Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) announce the release of the city’s first Vision Zero Action Plan. The plan outlines the city’s blueprint to reduce fatalities by 20 percent by the end of 2017 with the ultimate goal of eliminating traffic deaths by 2025. You can download a copy of the Action Plan at the following link: https://joom.ag/gJdW “Traffic deaths are not inevitable. We can work together to keep people walking, biking and driving out of harm’s way — and the Vision Zero Action Plan is a blueprint for making our streets safer for everyone, no matter how they get around the city,” said Mayor Eric Garcetti. “The strategies in our plan can save lives. We’re committed to seeing them through, as quickly as possible, to reach our goal of completely eliminating traffic-related fatalities in Los Angeles by 2025.”

LADOT is committed to moving Los Angeles forward.

Click here to access the Full Press Release.

Posted at 11:57 AM​

Community Open House Held for City of LA I-10 Project

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

The Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT), in partnership with the City of Culver City and Caltrans, is studying ways to improve the Robertson/National on/off -ramps and the connections to local streets, simplify traffic movements and minimize traffic impacts from the Culver City Expo Station and other new developments in the area.

A community open house meeting was held on March 2, 2017 to provide information about the conceptual alternatives developed to date and gather feedback from stakeholders.

Click here for Fact Sheet
Click here for I-10 Future Conditions Report
Click here for the Presentation
Click here for the Boards with the Conceptual Alternatives

Posted at 3:31 PM

Request Speed Humps

Thursday, April 13, 2017

Speed Humps are designed to reduce vehicular speed on residential local or collector streets that have a single lane of travel in each direction. While generally effective in reducing vehicle speeds and volume, speed humps also have disadvantages such as the potential for increased vehicle noise when traversing the hump as well as increased emergency vehicle response times. 

For additional information regarding speed humps, please refer to the Speed Hump “What You Need To Know About Speed Humps” Fact Sheet and the  Speed Hump Evaluation Guidelines.

Please note the link from which to submit a request for speed humps is currently closed. When a date to receive new requests is determined, a notice will be posted here at least 2‐weeks prior to the opening.

Posted at 9:47 AM

Notice of Public Hearing Section 5310 Program Grant Application

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

The City of Los Angeles Department of Transportation’s Transit Group (LADOT Transit) is conducting a public hearing to receive comments from nonprofit agencies regarding LADOT Transit’s intent to apply for the Federal Section 5310 Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities Program. This public hearing will be held by LADOT on Thursday, April 27, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. at the Caltrans District 7 office located at 100 South Main Street, Rm. 01.037, Los Angeles, California 90012.

More information about the Public Hearing is available through this Announcement and Information on 5310 Program.

 

Posted at 4:12 PM

MyFig Project Groundbreaking

Monday, October 24, 2016
What is MyFig?
The Figueroa Corridor Streetscape project (MyFigueroa) will transform the Figueroa Corridor into a complete, multimodal street that better serves the needs of pedestrians, bicyclists, transit riders, and drivers alike.
The MyFigueroa project area is between 6th St and Martin Luther King Blvd, from Downtown to Expo Park and will bring improved transit and pedestrian access, protected bike lanes, a more organized and efficient Figueroa St, and most importantly a safer Figueroa for all users.

For MyFig Project Groundbreaking Press Release

More Information is available here: http://myfigueroa.com/about

Posted at 7:35 AM

City of LA announces Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Action Plan

Tuesday, Jan 10, 2017

In partnership with LAUSD, the plan outlines the actions and benchmarks that build off the accomplishments of SRTS since the City Council and Mayor adopted a data-driven strategic plan in 2011.

Click here for the full Press Release

Download the Safe Routes to School Action and Progress Report at: saferoutes.lacity.org

Safe Routes to School is a key strategy of the Los Angeles Vision Zero goal to eliminate all traffic deaths by 2025. For more information about Vision Zero, please visit: visionzero.lacity.org

Posted at 12:00 PM