Caltrans is seeking community input for a proposed bike lane project on Santa Monica Blvd (SR-2) â€“ in the West LA neighborhood of Los Angeles â€“ between Ohio Ave and Westgate Ave. Various alternatives are currently being studied to determine the best multimodal improvement for communities along this corridor. Colloquially known as the â€˜Ohio to Ohioâ€™ project, the objective of this project is to close an existing bicycle route gap that is bisected by SR-2. The intended purpose is to create a continuous path for active commuters who utilize the existing facilities for work, school, or for recreational purposes. By connecting a bike route, users will have fewer conflict points with vehicles and will be able to travel in a safer and more accessible manner.
Caltrans has reached out to collect as much feedback as possible for the local community. See the fact sheet with project information. Included in the informational document are links to an online survey and a virtual meeting that will be held Wednesday, May 24th, from 7:00 â€“ 8:30PM.
The online public survey will be available to the public until Wednesday, June 7th
La encuesta pÃºblica en lÃnea estarÃ¡ disponible para el pÃºblico hasta el miÃ©rcoles 7 de Junio
Engaging with the community is an important part of the Caltrans planning process.Â With your help, we will canÂ increase theÂ outreach efforts and help support Caltrans efforts to better connect with the public.
If you would like more detailed information about this project, please visit the Caltrans website.
Virtual Public Meeting | ReuniÃ³n pÃºblica virtual:
Date: Wednesday, May 24th | Fecha: MiÃ©rcoles 24 de Mayo
Time | Hora: 7:00pm-8:30pm