The city of Beverly Hills has released a draft Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program guide for public review.
The proposed program, which intends to reduce speeding and cut-through vehicle traffic on residential streets, will help guide the implementation of measures such as speed humps, traffic circles and signage.
The draft NTCP includes potential options, as well as step-by-step instructions for the community to request and obtain approval of traffic calming measures. Residents are invited to review the draft NTCP by visiting beverlyhills.org/trafficcalming. Feedback is requested before Oct. 14 by calling (310)285-2467, emailing email@example.com or submitting a comment at beverlyhills.org/trafficcalming.
The city anticipates presenting the draft NTCP and comments to the Traffic and Parking Commission on Nov. 3, and later to the Beverly Hills City Council. For information, visit beverly-hills.org/trafficcalming.
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