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City of L.A.: Pedestrian Advisory Committee/SRTS Community Advisory Committee

City of Los Angeles

Pedestrian Advisory Committee/SRTS Community Advisory Committee

Meeting Agenda

November 20, 2014, 2:00  4:00 PM

Cal t r ans  Bl dg.  100  South  M ai n  Street  90012

Conf er enc e  R oom  01. 040B

1.Br i n g t o O r de rDeborah Murphy
2.Self  Introductions 
 Sign In & Roster UpdateAll
3.Approval of September 18th  Meeting MinutesAll
4.LADOT Update & SRTS

LADOT   Strategic Plan

Vision Zero

              People Street Projects

Margot Ocañas/Valerie Watson

Seleta Reynolds

5.SRTS Community Advisory Committee

Infrastructure Projects - Engineering

Non-Infrastructure Projects  Education/Enforcement & Safety


Margot Ocañas/Valerie Watson
6.Update on other Critical Projects and Issues 
 Council District Appointees

Issues, Projects, Concerns

Holly Harper CD1

Jay Beeber CD2

Jennifer Charles CD4

Andrew Pennington, CD5

Max Podemski CD6/Pacoima Beautiful

Yvette Lopez CD7

Ryan Johnson CD9

RandaHenry CD10/Crenshaw Walks

Miguel Luna CD13

Allen Compton CD14

Heather Anderson CD15


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