Woodland Hills-Warner Center N.C. Meeting on Speed Limits

Deputy Chief Moore,
Councilman Zine, LADOT GM Robinson join the Woodland Hills Warner Center Neighborhood Council Public Safety Committee
in speed limit increase presentation. Tuesday, January 27 @ 6:30 pm –
Fire Station 84 – 21050 Burbank Boulevard, Woodland Hills, CA 91364

Traffic
Calming Techniques, Speed Limit Enforcement, Speed Zone Surveys, Speed
Limit Increases…It’s all on the table, the round table, and it’s all
up for discussion, action and/or recommendation to the NC Board which
meets on Thursday night.

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