The city of West Hollywood invites community members to share ideas and safety concerns related to the city’s roadways and sidewalks to help inform the upcoming West Hollywood Target Vision Zero Action Plan. In February 2021, the West Hollywood City Council established a goal of eliminating fatalities and severe injuries from traffic collisions on the city’s roadways. Community members are invited to share any safety concerns or problem areas they’re aware of through the city’s online public outreach tool by Jan. 31.
Target Vision Zero is a strategy to eliminate all traffic fatalities and severe injuries, while increasing safe, healthy and equitable mobility for all. Vision Zero starts with the belief that everyone has the right to move safely in their communities, and municipality designers and policy makers share the responsibility of ensuring safe systems for travel.
The city of West Hollywood is working with transportation consultants to develop the plan in coordination with a taskforce of city of West Hollywood Advisory Board Members and Commissioners. Once public input has been reviewed and analyzed alongside historic collision data, draft recommendations will be shared with the community before the draft plan is presented to the City Council.
For information, contact David Fenn, city of West Hollywood senior planner in the Long Range Planning Division, at (323)848-6336 or email@example.com, or visit wehotargetvisionzero.com. To access the online public outreach tool, visit wehotargetvisionzero.com/interactive-map.html.
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