Mini-Roundabout Presentation to Wilshire Center Koreatown Neighborhood Council Meeting

A proposed mini-roundabout for the intersection of 4th Street and New Hampshire will be presented to the Wilshire Center Koreatown Neighborhood Council. LADOT proproses the roundabout to make 4th Street a “Bicycle Friendly Street” as designated in the City of LA Bike Plan. This is consistent with LACBC’s 4th Street Neighborhood Greenway campaign which includes support for traffic-calming projects on 4th Street. If you live, work, or go to school within the Wilshire Center Koreatown NC’s boundaries, please attend the meeting to show your support for the mini-roundabout. More info.
When: Monday, November 14; 6:00 PM
Where: Young Oak Kim Academy – 615 Shatto Place, Los Angeles, CA 90005
  • Wei Zhang

    Hello, I am the Intersection/Interchange Safety Program Manager with Federal Highway administration. We are conducting research to evaluate the operational and safety impacts of mini-roundabout, and recruiting sites from different states. Can I talk to someone incharge of this LA Mini-roundabout project? My contact: Tel: 202-493-3317, email:wei.zhang@dot.gov

  • Wei: Try emailing one of the folks at LADOT’s bike program… http://www.bicyclela.org/Contact.htm

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