The city of Los Angeles will hold a public workshop for the Westside Mobility Plan project from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 16 at the Westchester Municipal Building, 7166 W. Manchester Ave.
The Westside Mobility Plan is a city project to create a transportation blueprint for the Westside regarding multiple transportation choices, north-south rail connections and parking solutions.
The workshop will offer the latest updates on the project and allow visitors to review and provide input on Four Mobility Improvement Packages developed in part from community ideas and recommendations over the last two years.
“With the Westside Mobility Study, we are paving the way for both increased and improved transportation options on the Westside,” said City Councilman Bill 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.”
During the meeting, the project team will update the community on the transportation improvements under consideration and next steps.
The four improvement packages aim to address a number of goals including improving the connectivity of the transit network, increasing the efficiency of the transportation system, considering alternative transportation modes and enhancing the livability of the Westside boulevards.
The meeting is designed to allow participants to attend at their leisure. Stations will be established throughout the meeting to allow participants to suggest mobility improvements and have questions answered on specific subjects.
A project presentation will be provided at 6:45 p.m.