Ad Hoc Committee to Improve Hollywood/Hillhurst/Sunset/Virgil Intersection

Our next meeting, on Tuesday, December 9, at 7:30pm, will feature two guest speakers: Madeline Brozen, of the UCLA Luskin School’s Complete Streets Initiative; and Ryan Snyder, of the transportation firm Ryan Snyder and Associates. We will be hearing from both Madeline and Ryan to learn more about the kinds of recommendations we could put together to improve this intersection. The meeting will take place at Citibank, located at 1965 Hillhurst Ave.

After this meeting, we will sit down with representatives at LADOT and then our next meetings will focus on assembling a preliminary set of recommendations. More information on the meeting is on the Facebook invite: https://www.facebook.com/events/1509742035943063/

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