Please join us at an Open House hosted by City of Santa Monica for the Stewart and Pennsylvania Avenue Bike and Pedestrian Improvement project. There are two dates you can attend, December 14th or December 18th. There is also an interactive map to review and provide comments online. We were excited to give input to help shape the project to date and look forward to community input to help further build a project that will best serve equitable mobility in a safer, healthy and active Santa Monica. Together we can create a safe and friendly community for everyone.
Project Goal: Walk & Bike Pedestrian improvements for Stewart and Pennsylvania Avenues
This project aims to make improvements that will connect local neighborhoods to transit facilities, bikeways, schools, parks, and employment opportunities. The Land Use and Circulation Element (LUCE), Bicycle Action Plan (BAP), Bergamot Area Plan, and Pedestrian Action Plan all identify Stewart Street and Pennsylvania Avenue to include safety enhancements for pedestrians and bicyclists of all ages and abilities. This project plans to implement those improvements.
Project Elements: • Add new sidewalks, and pedestrian scale lighting on Pennsylvania Avenue between 26th Street and Stewart Street. • Enhance bike facility to a protected bikeway on Stewart Street between Colorado Avenue and Kansas Avenue to accommodate riders of all ages and abilities. • Enhance intersections at Stewart/Nebraska and Colorado/Yale.
We encourage you to check out the interactive map to review the project and provide comment. Upcoming open house information session flyers: • Virginia Avenue Park Library Annex Saturday, December 14, 2019 from 2:30 PM – 5:00 PM • Edison Language Academy Wednesday, December 18, 2019 from 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM
The City of Santa Monica is conducting a roadway safety analysis for Wilshire Boulevard between Ocean Ave. and Centinela Ave. We want your help to identify safety issues and concerns!
Please join us and attend this first community workshop on June 8th at Reed Park Auditorium (1133 7th Street, Santa Monica). The meeting is open house format, so drop-in anytime.
In 2019 there will be a series of community engagement opportunities and outreach to help inform this project. Want to get involved? Please sign-up for project information at the weblink (below). Stay tuned for the second of these two larger community meetings this fall – 2019.
For those who can’t make it, there will be opportunities to provide comments online, or you can e-mail directly at email@example.com.
Provide transportation safety input via the Take the Friendly Road interactive map. Live or work in the neighborhood and want to participate in the community listening workshops? – Click here to sign up for City updates – Contact the project team at Safe.Wilshire@smgov.net
Please join us for a gathering to get updates and receive your input. Find out more about Santa Monica Spoke and Santa Monica Safe Street Alliance: community engagement, education, outreach, volunteer opportunities, Bike Month.
We will be joined by Santa Monica City Mobility staff to receive exciting updates on the launch of the “Take the Friendly Road” Campaign – with the goal of eliminating traffic fatalities by 2026, updates on bike, pedestrian and safety projects and specifically the Safe Streets for 17th Street and Michigan Ave Project as well as the Bike Action Plan and more.
Doors open with coffee, juice and bagels, door prizes, Bike month info. Meeting concludes with 30 minutes for unstructured socializing and Q&A from 11:30-noon
Children are welcome. We will have kid friendly art activities for the little ones
Help us be sustainable. Please consider bringing your own cup and plate. As always we will provide plates and cups as well.