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City of Los Angeles, Pedestrian Advisory Committee

City of Los Angeles

Pedestrian Advisory Committee

Meeting Agenda

November 15, 2012, 2:00 – 4:00 PM

100 South Main Street, Caltrans Building

Room 01.040A



Bring to OrderDeborah Murphy
Self Introductions 
Sign In & Roster UpdateAll
Approval of September 20th Meeting MinutesAll
Featured Issue/Program/Project 
Pedestrian Safety Action PlanMargot Ocañas

Valerie Watson

Update on LADOT Projects & Issues 
Safe Routes to School Strategic PlanMargot/Valerie
SRTS Grant Projects 
S4P/Parklets/Street Porches/Street Plazas 
2013 Metro Call for ProjectsKevin Minne
Other Issues/Programs 
Update on other Projects and Issues 
CaltransDale Benson
Metro Call for ProjectsTham Nguyen
LACDPWJames Chon
BoSSFerdy Chan
DCP – Streets for People (S4P/Parklets)Simon Pastucha
DCP – Mobility ElementJane Choi
LAPDRon Katona/Sean Karmody
LANISian Leong
Green LA CoalitionHolly Harper
Safe MovesPat Hines/Barbara Sheppard
Safe Routes to School National PartnershipJessica Meaney
AAAMarianne Kim
Los Angeles WalksDeborah
Council District RepresentativesJay Beeber CD#2

Rachel Cushing CD#5

Mike Smart CD#9

Ana Gomez CD#14 BH

Alan Compton CD #14 ER

Deborah Murphy CD#13

Outreach for New MembersAll
Council Office Appointees and Staff 
Other Departments and Agencies 
Other Issues of Interest to Committee MembersAll
Los Angeles Walks Leimert Park/Crenshaw

Community Meeting tonight 6:30 – 8:30pm

Kaos Network

4343 Leimert Park Blvd

Next Committee MeetingDeborah
Thursday, January 17th @ 2:00 pm 
Suggestions for Featured Project/Issue 

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