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La Cienega Boulevard Improvement Project

11:02 AM PDT on March 29, 2010

Give us Your Thoughts on Improvements to La Cienega Boulevard

Join us at an upcoming community meeting

The Southern California Association of
Governments (SCAG), in coordination with Los Angeles County and the
Cities of Culver City, Inglewood and Los Angeles, has initiated a study
identifying ways to improve traffic flow on La Cienega Boulevard and
lessen the impact of regional traffic on local residents. The project
study area includes the La Cienega Boulevard corridor between the San
Diego (I-405) and Santa Monica (I-10) Freeways, and incorporates
Fairfax Avenue from Venice to La Cienega Boulevards.

The study will identify potential locations for
improvement strategies to improve traffic flow, such as medians,
additional turn lanes, and enhanced traffic signal coordination. The
study will also look at potential intersections that could benefit from
the construction of an overpass or underpass for through traffic on La
Cienega Boulevard.

You are invited to attend an introductory meeting.

At this meeting you will:

    • receive information about the purpose of the study
    • review potential improvement alternatives
    • have the opportunity to provide your input
    • meet the project team

The same information will be presented at each meeting, so feel free to attend the meeting that is most convenient for you.

Introductory Meeting Schedule

Monday, March 29, 2010 l 6 to 8 p.m.
Inglewood City Hall, Community Room A
One Manchester Boulevard l Inglewood 90312

Tuesday, March 30, 2010 l 6 to 8 p.m.
Los Angeles Baha'i Center
5755 Rodeo Road l Los Angeles 90016

For more information about the study, please visit the study website at, or contact Philip Law, Project Manager, Southern California Association of Governments at 213.236.1841 or

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