Updated: Feb 3
Slow Streets LA, a program from the LA Department of Transportation, are designated residential streets where traffic is calmed through infrastructure like stop signs and roundabouts. They allow people to safely utilize the streets for biking, exercising, and play, and are designed to reduce cut-through traffic and make our streets safer for all.
Local traffic, parking, delivery, and drop-off are still accessible on Slow Streets, and emergency evacuation routes are still available. Non-local traffic is encouraged to use other streets to travel, making our neighborhoods safer.
Phase 1 of Slow Streets in NoHo implemented temporary traffic calming solutions, and LADOT has been evaluating the area for permanent installations. We are excited to announce that we are now ready for Phase 2! The NoHo Neighborhood Council always welcomes feedback, and we'd love to hear your thoughts on these updates. See proposed project sites and updates below:
To get an idea of what these kinds of changes could look like, please see visual aids below:
We'd love to hear from you! What do you think about these safety updates? Please join our next meeting with LADOT on Tuesday, February 7, 2023 at 7:30PM PT via Zoom.
Unable to make it to our meeting? Give us your thoughts through this online survey.