Vision Zero LA, the Los Angeles Department of Transportation's initiative to eliminate traffic deaths in Los Angeles by 2025, is having meetings to discuss proposed changes to West Adams Blvd, between Fairfax Ave and Crenshaw Ave.
This 2 mile stretch of road, at the southern border of our neighborhood, has one of the highest fatality rates in LA.
There are surveys and meetings to discuss potential changes, like the following:
Here's how to provide feedback and learn more:
Take the quick text survey. For English, text 'Adams 2020' to 31996. For Spanish, text 'Adams 2020 esp' to 31996. This survey takes less than 5 minutes to complete.
Take the more detailed online survey. The survey is available in English and Spanish at ladot.lacity.org/adams.
Participate in an online Open House/Workshop.
Tuesday, October 27 from 9:30am-10:30am or
Wednesday, October 28 from 6:30-7:30pm.
The same information will be presented at both sessions. Simultaneous English/Spanish interpretation will be available. RSVP at ladot.lacity.org/adams
Use the Feedback Map.
The anticipated timeline for this project is:
October-November 2020: Pre-Project Community Engagement
December 2020-February 2021: Street Resurfacing and Restriping
2021: Mid-Project Community Engagement
2021-2023: Refuge Islands, Beacons, and Signal Installations