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Environmental Scoping Meetings: Westside Mobility Plan

3:43 PM PDT on June 7, 2014

Join us and provide your feedback!

The City of Los Angles will host two public environmental scoping meetings for the Coastal Transportation Corridor Specific Plan (CTCSP) and the West Los Angeles Transportation Improvement and Mitigation Specific Plan (WLA TIMP).  Join us to hear about the proposed amendments to the plans including development/traffic impact fee programs, revisions to the fees, trip generation rates, exemptions, and in lieu credits; and updates to the transportation improvements.  An EIR   Notice of Preparation (NOP) is available for review at:

An update to the Westside Mobility Plan will also be presented.  The Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) will provide the project history and updates on the study to create a transportation blueprint for the Westside that will offer strategies for multiple transportation choices over the next 25 years.  An interactive map showing the mobility vision will be available for viewing.

Meting Details

Monday, June 9, 2014 6-8 PM
Venice High School - Cafeteria 13000 Venice Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90066

Brief presentation will be provided at 6:30 and 7:15 p.m.

*This meeting will be broadcast live.  

To participate please go to

The environmental document and specific plan updates will be available for public review at:

If you have questions, please contact Shawn Kuk, Department of City Planning, at (213) 978-1290 or

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