The Beverly Hills City Council will meet to discuss next steps in finalizing the Draft Complete Streets Plan on Tuesday, April 20, during the City Council Study Session meeting beginning at 2:30 p.m.
The Draft Complete Streets Plan is a mobility policy plan that includes a comprehensive analysis of pedestrian, bicycle, street networks and emerging transportation modes and technologies. Once final, it will provide council-approved conceptual goals to help prepare for emerging technologies, prioritize first/last mile improvements to the Metro Purple Line stations and increase grant funding eligibility.
The city released the current version of the Draft Complete Streets Plan for public review in November 2019. The Traffic and Parking Commission discussed the draft plan at a special meeting/town hall on Dec. 3, 2019. Most recently, the city hosted a facilitated community meeting on Dec. 6, 2020, which was led by Sukhsimranjit Singh of the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at Pepperdine University Caruso School of Law. This virtual meeting was recommended by the City Council/Traffic and Parking Commission Liaison Committee to build consensus on issues raised during the planning process before taking the plan forward to City Council.
Meeting details will be provided at beverlyhills.org/citycouncilmeetings on Friday, April 17. To view the meeting, visit beverlyhills.org/live or turn your television to BHTV (Spectrum Channel 10).
To view the draft plan, visit beverlyhills.org/completestreets. For questions, contact the Public Works Department at (310)285-2467 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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