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LANKERSHIMGREAT STREET WHAT IS THE GREAT STREETS INITIATIVE? GREAT STREETS INITIATIVE Mayor Eric Garcetti launched the Great Streets Initiative in October 2013 to help Angelenos re-imagine neighborhood centers, one main street at a time. Our neighborhoods are

OTHER GREAT STREETS PROJECTS Cesar Chavez

Crosswalk and safety improvements

the backbone of Los Angeles – the places where we live, work, learn and recreate on a daily basis. All of our great neighborhoods deserve Great Streets that are safe, livable, accessible and engaging public spaces for the people who live and work around them. The overall goals for the initiative are: • Increase Economic Activity

Van Nuys

Street safety improvements

• Improve Access + Mobility • Enhance Neighborhood Character • Greater Community Engagement • Improve Environmental Resilience • Safer + More Secure Communities • Improve Health Outcomes

Reseda

Street safety improvements

LANKERSHIM BLVD AS A GREAT STREET: • Opportunity to leverage three concurrent City projects

Hollywood

Pedestrian Scramble

to fund a street improvement • Design a better, safer street • Construct a more sustainable street • Physically connect the businesses, schools, and

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LANKERSHIMGREAT STREET

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SHIM KERSHIM BLVD: BLVD: CHARACTER CHARACTER AREAS AREAS

WHAT DO WE KNOW TODAY?

THE R.O.W. THE R.O.W. CONDITIONS CONDITIONS CHANGE ALONG THE CHANGE ALONG THE CORRIDOR AT THECORRIDOR AT THE 1 BELOW LOCATIONS BELOW LOCATIONS VANOWEN STREETVANOWEN STREET

NORTH GATEWAY NORTH GATEWAY

74’ CURB TO CURB74’ (TYP.) CURB TO CURB (TYP.) 100’ ROW

100’ ROW

2 CITY OF LOS ANGELES: GREAT STREETS INITIATIVE

SEP T E MBE R 29, 20 16

LANKERSHIM BLVD: CHARACTER AREAS VICTORY BLVD

VICTORY BLVD

THE R.O.W. CONDITIONS CHANGE ALONG THE CORRIDOR AT THE LOCATIONS BELOW

RESIDENTIAL RESIDENTIAL 1

VANOWEN STREET

3

NORTH GATEWAY

74’ CURB TO CURB74’ (TYP.) CURB TO CURB (TYP.) 74’ CURB TO CURB (TYP.) 100’ ROW

100’ ROW

100’ ROW

OXNARD ST

OXNARD ST

2

MOTEL AREA MOTEL AREA VICTORY BLVD

RESIDENTIAL

3

4

74’ CURB TO CURB (TYP.) 100’ ROW

MOTEL AREA

PARK AREA PARK AREA

74’ CURB TO CURB74’ (TYP.) CURB TO CURB (TYP.)

4

100’ ROW

100’ ROW

HATTERAS ST

HATTERAS ST

OXNARD ST

74’ CURB TO CURB (TYP.) 100’ ROW

PARK AREA

HATTERAS ST

MAIN ST AREA MAIN ST AREA MAIN ST AREA

AUTO ROW

65’ CURB TO CURB 65’ (TYP.) CURB TO CURB (TYP.) 5 65’ CURB TO CURB (TYP.)

100’ ROW

100’ ROW

100’ ROW

BURBANK BLVD

5

BURBANK BLVD BURBANK BLVD

66’ CURB TO CURB (TYP.) 80’- 100’ ROW

AUTO ROWAUTO ROW

CUMPSTON STREET

TRANSIT CENTER

66’ CURB TO CURB 66’ (TYP.) CURB TO CURB (TYP.) 80’- 100’ ROW

80’- 100’ ROW

CUMPSTON STREET CUMPSTON STREET 78’ CURB TO CURB (TYP.) VARIES FROM 80‘ TO 100’

TRANSIT CENTER TRANSIT CENTER

6

REGIONAL DESTINATION MAGNOLIA BLVD

78’ CURB TO CURB78’ (TYP.) CURB TO CURB (TYP.) VARIES FROM 80‘ VARIES TO 100’ FROM 80‘ TO 100’

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LEGEND

REGIONALREGIONAL DESTINATION DESTINATION MAGNOLIA BLVD MAGNOLIA BLVD

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LANKERSHIMGREAT STREET

OS ANGELES: GREAT STREETS INITIATIVE

SEPTEMBER 29, 2016

KERSHIM BLVD: EXISTING TRANSIT ROUTES

WHAT DO WE KNOW TODAY? LE G E ND

LEGEND

Existing Bus Zone

4-5


LANKERSHIMGREAT STREET WHAT DO WE KNOW TODAY?

RIVER SUPPLY CONDUIT UNITS 5&6 Benefits 1. Safety and Improved System Reliability: New pipe replaces an aging concrete pipe built in the 1940’s. 2. Improve Water Pressure: Pipeline will provide higher water pressures as required by California Department of Public Health regulations. 3. Comply with Water Quality Regulations: Pipeline will allow for greater operational flexibility to compensate for loss of water storage within the distribution system. It also assists in facilitating planned changes to method of disinfection. These actions are required to meet stricter federal/state water quality regulations. 4. Increase Water Capacity: Pipeline requires upsizing to accommodate future demands. 5. Mitigate Air Entrainment: The new pipe will minimize air entrainment and improve flow.


SHERMAN WAY

SHERMAN WAY

SHERMAN WAY

SHERMAN WAY

LANKERSHIMGREAT STREET

GAULT ST

LANKERSHIM BLVD

LANKERSHIM BLVD

GAULT ST

VOSE ST

HART ST

HART ST

VANOWEN ST

VANOWEN ST

KLUMP AVE

ELMER AVE

Highest collision intersections: 1. Burbank 2. Magnolia 3. Oxnard Fair Avenue Elementary School

HAYNES ST

4

VICTORY BLVD

BONNER AVE

3

KRAFT AVE

HAMLIN ST

FARMDALE AVE

CAMELLIA AVE

BECK AVE

HAMLIN ST

GILMORE ST

VICTORY BLVD

ARCHWOOD ST

KITTRIDGE ST

U.S. Post Office

Victory Vineland Recreation Center

BAKMAN AVE

5

VANOWEN ST

LEMP AVE

1

IRVINE AVE

HAMLIN ST

BONNER AVE

KRAFT AVE

FARMDALE AVE

7

MORE ST

CAMELLIA AVE

BECK AVE

1

HAMLIN ST

Highest injury intersections: 1. Chandler 2. Vanowen 3. Erwin

VANOWEN ST

TROOST AVE

HAYNES ST

U.S. Post Office

RADFORD AVE

Fair Avenue Elementary School

8

Kiddie Academy VINELAND AVE

Highest collision intersections: 1. Burbank 2. Magnolia 3. Oxnard

HARTLAND ST

HIGGINS

Bob Hope Airport (BUR)

ARCHWOOD ST ARCHWOOD ST

GENTRY AVE

KITTRIDGE ST

KLUMP AVE

ARCHWOOD ST

ELMER AVE

BAKMAN AVE

LEMP AVE

TROOST AVE

2

Kiddie Academy

IRVINE AVE

1

ARCHWOOD ST

Highest injury intersections: 1. Victory 2. Vanowen 3. Oxnard

MORELLA AVE

4

TUJUNGA AVE

HARTLAND ST

HIGGINS

SIMPSON AVE

DEHOUGNE ST

HINDS AVE

MORELLA AVE

SIMPSON AVE

TUJUNGA AVE

WHAT DO WE KNOW TODAY? (DATA 2009-2014) Amtrak/Ventura County Line

HAMLIN ST

VICTORY BLVD

Victor Vinelan Recreat Cente

VICTORY BLVD

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BECK AVE

CUMPSTON S

NoHo Metro

Plaza

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El Portal

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St Pauls NoHo School and Preschool

California Hollywood

Lankershim Elementary School

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88 Vehicle-Vehicle Collisions

4 NoHo Plaza

WY

MAGNOLIA BLVD

3Art Institute of

HARTSOOK ST

HESBY ST CLEON

ADDISON ST

TOLUCA WOODS

OTSEGO ST BAKMAN AVE

HESBY ST

OTSEGO ST

IRVINE AVE

VALLEY VILLAGE

HARTSOOK ST

East Valley Family YMCA

BLAKESLEE AVE

U.S. Post Office North Hollywood Park

FAIR AVE

6 Metro

170

1

FULCHER AVE

KILLION ST

SR-

WEDDINGTON ST

KLUMP AVE

ELMER AVE

LEMP AVE

OTHER INJURY

MCCORMICK ST SWITRS/LADOT Crossroads

MAGNOLIA BLVD

FAIR AVE

RIVERTON AVE

North Hollywood Senior High School

OTSEGO ST BAKMAN AVE

IRVINE AVE

East Valley Family YMCA

KLUMP AVE

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W

WY

NoHo Plaza

4

ALBERS ST

CHANDLER BLVD

KILLED

WEDDINGTON

HARTSOOK ST

ALLEY LLAGE

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54 Pedestrian & Bicycle Collisions MAGNOLIA BLVD

North Hollywood Police Station

SATSUMA AVE

St Pauls NoHo School and Preschool

Art Institute of California Hollywood

Laemmle's NoHo 7

Lankershim Elementary School

4

BURBANK BLVD

LEGEND Continuation MARGATE ST Vehicle-Vehicle Collisions School CRANER AVE

SWITRS/LADOT Crossroads

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El Portal

North Hollywood Park

ELMER AVE

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170

North Hollywood Senior High School

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WEDDINGTON ST

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BLAKESLEE AVE

SR-

INJURY

MIRANDA ST

CHANDLER BLVD

CHANDLER BLVD Amelia Earhart

U.S. Post Office

CALIFA ST

EMELITA ST

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170

FAIR AVE

Metro Plaza

BAKMAN AVE

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NoHo Metro

3

SATSUMA AVE

BECK AVE

CUMPSTON ST

CHANDLER BLVD

Amelia Earhart Bicycle Collisions Continuation MARGATE ST School OTHER

CLEON AVE

East Valley Senior High School

1

ALBERS ST

3

2

BURBANK BLVD

1

KILLION ST

Tiara Street Park

TIARA ST

Maurice Sendak Elementary School

COLLINS ST

CASE AVE

1

KLUMP AVE

ELMER AVE

LEMP AVE

BURBANK BLVD

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FULCHER AVE

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OXNARD ST

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COLFAX AVE

CRANER AVE

HATTERAS ST

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United Children’s Learning Academy Preschool

Oxnard Elementary School

CALIFA ST

BESSEMER ST

New Horizons Whitnall Hwy Park Charter Academy

TIARA ST

EMELITA ST

OTHER INJURY

CALVERT ST

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COLFAX AVE

Tiara Street Park

OXNARD ST

Maurice Sendak Elementary School

TUJUNGA AVE

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CALVERT ST

NORTH HOLLYWOOD

DELANO ST

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OXNARD ST

New Horizons Charter Academy

SEVERE INJURY

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North LEGEND Hollywood Police Station Pedestrian Collisions

SYLVAN ST

ERWIN ST

BESSEMER ST

United Children’s Learning Academy Preschool

RIVERTON AVE

SATSUMA AVE

VINELAND AVE

MORELLA AVE ENSIGN AVE

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CASE AVE

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BEDFORD AVE

NK

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CALVERT ST

NORTH HOLLYWOOD

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CLEON AVE

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CARPENTER AVE

ERWIN ST DELANO ST

CRANER AVE

DP

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FAIR AVE

KLUMP AVE

MORELLA AVE

4

ELMER AVE

SYLVAN ST

BAKMAN AVE

TUJUNGA AVE

1

Victory Boulevard Elementary School

Laemmle's NoHo 7

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LANKERSHIMGREAT STREET WHAT DID WE HEAR? TOP PRIORITIES FOR IMPROVEMENTS

What do people want to see on Lankershim?

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TOP 5 PRIORITIES

Survey participants were asked to select their top priorities for improvements on Lankershim Blvd. These five amenities most often selected by the 190 community members who filled out surveys.

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STREET TREES

S T N A P I C I T R A P P POP U

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SAFE BIKE ROUTES

PEDESTRIAN SCALED LIGHTING

4

5

LANDSCAPING ON SIDEWALKS AND MEDIANS

OUTDOOR DINING

WHAT PEOPLE WANT PARTICIPANTS AT THE DECEMBER 3 POP UP EVENT GAVE INPUT ON THEIR PREFERRED IMPROVEMENTS FOR LANKERSHIM BOULEVARD. THE TOP THREE RESULTS ARE SHOWN BELOW.

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2 SAFE BIKE ROUTES

S Y E V R U S S S E BUSIN

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HIGHLY VISIBLE CROSSWALKS

WHAT BUSINESSES WANT SURVEY PARTICIPANTS WERE ASKED TO SELECT THEIR TOP PRIORITIES FOR IMPROVEMENTS ON LANKERSHIM BLVD. THESE THREE AMENITIES MOST OFTEN SELECTED BY THE 30 BUSINESSES WHO FILLED OUT SURVEYS. THE TOP THREE RESULTS ARE SHOWN BELOW.

1 BETTER PARKING ACCESS

2 IMPROVED STREET MAINTENANCE

3 STREET LIGHTING


LANKERSHIMGREAT STREET WHAT DID WE HEAR? TOP PRIORITIES: #1

T E E STR S E E R T

But we also heard through over 330 written comments:

MORE E V I T C A ATTR M I H S R E LANK

N A I R T S E D E P E F A S S G N I S S CRO

N A I R T S PEDE O T S N O I T C E N N O C D O O H R O B H G I E N S N O I T A DESTIN

#2

E K I B E F A S S E T U RO


LANKERSHIMGREAT STREET WHAT ARE WE DOING?

Cyclists riding on the sidewalk make for unsafe pedestrian conditions

PRE-2015

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The project provides opportunities to potentially widen the sidewalk and reduce crossing distances

A new protected bicycle lane is installed along the corridor

Travel lanes are converted from 2 lanes and a center turn lane to 1 lane and a center turn lane

On-street parking is retained and moved to provide a physical buffer between bicycles and pedestrians and moving cars

Additional street trees are filled in for a more walkable environment

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PROPOSED

LADWP and Sanitation Drywell installations


LANKERSHIMGREAT STREET

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ANKERSHIM BLVD: PROPOSED BUS ZONE RELOCATIONS NKERSHIM BLVD: PROPOSED BUS ZONE RELOCATIONS

WHAT ARE WE DOING?

L E G E ND / L E Y E NDA L E G E NDExisting / L E YBus E NDA Zone / Zona de autobuses existente

VANOW EN ST VANOW E N ST

Existing Bus Zone / Zona de autobuses existente Relocated Bus Zone / Zona de autobuses reubicada

ARCHWO O D ST ARCH WOOD ST

Relocated Bus Zone / Zona de autobuses reubicada Protected Bike Facility / Carril bici protegidas Protected Bike Facility / Carril bici protegidas Conventional Bike Lane / Carril bici convencional

K IT TRI D G E ST K ITTRI D G E ST

Conventional Bike Lane / Carril bici convencional Landscaping Opportunity / Oportunidad de Paisajismo Landscaping Opportunity / Oportunidad de Paisajismo Reclaimed Roadway Opportunity / Camino recuperado

HA ML I N ST HAM L I N S T GIL MORE ST GILM O RE S T VICTORY BLV D VICTO RY BLVD

Reclaimed Roadway Opportunity / Camino recuperado Gateway Opportunity / Oportunidad de Gateway Gateway Opportunity / Oportunidad de Gateway Street Tree Opportunity / Oportunidad de รกrbol de calle Street Tree Opportunity / Oportunidad de รกrbol de calle New Crosswalk / Nuevo paso de peatones

Improved Crosswalk / Paso de peatones mejorado

PROTECTED BIKE LANE

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T IA RA S T T IA RA S T CA L IFA S T CA L IFA S T E ME L ITA S T E ME L ITA S T

EMEL I TA ST E M EL I TA S T HATTE RA S ST HATTERAS ST MI RA NDA ST M IRANDA S T CO L L I NS

BURBANK BLV D BU RBANK B LV D

GATEWAY

K IL L IO N S T K IL L IO N S T CU MPS TO N S T CU MPS TO N S T PARKLET PLACEMAKING

LAN KE

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HIM

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LAN

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B LV

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MAGNOL I A BLV D M AGNOL I A BLVD

TRANSIT/BUS STOP

CO L L INS CO L L INS

COLLI NS

CUMP S TO N ST CUMP S TO N ST CH A ND L E R BLV D N CHAND L E R BLVD N CH A ND L E R BLV D S CHAND L E R BLVD S

ENHANCED SIDEWALK WITH STREET TREES

New Crosswalk / Nuevo paso de peatones Improved Crosswalk / Paso de peatones mejorado

S Y LVA N ST S YLVAN S T ERW I N S T ERW I N S T

URBAN CROSSWALK

W E D D ING TO N S T W E D D ING TO N S T


North Hollywood Police Station

KILLION ST SATSUMA AVE

ALBERS ST

CLEON AVE

East Valley Senior High School

BECK AVE

LANKERSHIMGREAT STREET NoHo Metro Metro Plaza

CHANDLER BLVD

MARGATE ST

North Hollywood Park

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WHAT ARE WE DOING?

Laemmle's NoHo 7

Lankershim Elementary School

NoHo Plaza

Y FW

MAGNOLIA BLVD

St Pauls NoHo School and Preschool

WEDDINGTON

SATSUMA AVE

MCCORMICK ST

Art Institute of California Hollywood

El Portal

CHANDLER BLVD

CRANER AVE

North Hollywood Senior High School

U.S. Post Office

WO LLY HO

WEDDINGTON ST

CHANDLER BLVD BLAKESLEE AVE

170 SR-

Amelia Earhart Continuation School

FAIR AVE

170

CUMPSTON ST

MAGNOLIA BLVD

HARTSOOK ST

IRVINE AVE

East Valley Family YMCA

HARTSOOK ST

OTSEGO ST BAKMAN AVE

HESBY ST

OTSEGO ST HESBY ST CLEON AVE

ADDISON ST

MORRISON ST

MORRISON ST

Lankershim Blvd Project Area

NoHo Commercial and Artcraft District Major Parks

Key Urban Plaza

Major Civic/Education Amenity

Key Commercial Destinations

LADWP/SANITATION STORMWATER GREENWAY PROJECT

Other Parcels along Lankershim

PROPOSED RAIN GARDENS AND DRYWELLS

STORMWATER GREENWAY PROJECT Benefits 1. Improve water quality • Capture stormwater runoff

DRAINAGE TRIBUTARY AREA

EXISTING STREET TREES

• Annual runoff volume = 105 ac ft/year 2. Beautify the street by including public art and landscaping

3. Reduce flooding

4. Remove pollutants like trash, bacteria, metals, sediments, oil, and grease

5. Infiltrate and recharge stormwater into San Fernando Groundwater Basin

Avalon

Green alley improvement

Woodman

Green street improvements


LANKERSHIMGREAT STREET TODAY

PHASE 1 - END OF 2018 TRAVEL LANE CONVERSION ON STREET PARKING

STREET TREE PROTECTED BIKE LANE

PHASE 2 (UNFUNDED) POTENTIAL FACADE IMPROVEMENTS

ADDITIONAL LANDSCAPING AND STREET TREES IN THE BICYCLE BUFFER

OUTDOOR DINING AND BUSINESS ACTIVATION OPPORTUNTIES


LANKERSHIMGREAT STREET BENEFITS AND CONSIDERATIONS D N A S E E R T T E E R T S NEW S T N E M E V O R P M I S GREEN STREET

YOU ARE MORE WALKABLE ENVIRONMENT

2x

Linking objectively measured physical activity with objectively measured urban form. Finding from SMARTRAQ. American Journal of Preventive Medicine.

more likely to get enough physical activity if you live in a walkable neighborhood POTENTIAL

49%

D E V O R P M I D N A W 15 NE S K L A W S S O R C Y T I L I HIGH VISIB

reduction in commercial vacancies

NYCDOT 2013

CONTINENTAL CROSSWALKS SAFER FOR PEDESTRIANS

are

2.5x

more visible than standard crosswalks FHWA Crosswalk Marking Field Visibility Study

E N A L E K I B D E T C E T NEW PRO

Lusk AC, Furth PG, Morency P, et al Risk of injury for bicycling on cycle tracks versus in the street Injury Prevention 2011;17:131-135.

28%

PROTECTED FROM TRAFFIC

Less injuries

POTENTIAL

9%

S E N A L L E V A R T G CONVERTIN

SLOWER TRAFFIC

increase in retail sales

Telegraph Avenue Progress Report Oakland Department of Transportation (2017)

+36

sec

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total travel time increase from Magnolia to Vanowen

Vision Zero Los Angeles - Action Plan

ACT P M I G N I K R A P L A M MINI

ON-STREET PARKING

30%

more parking spaces in 2017 than in 2016

2011

2016

2017 (Proposed)

290

210

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LANKERSHIMGREAT STREET WHAT ARE WE DOING IN PHASE 1: (2017)? MAPPED IMPROVEMENTS Phase 1 consists of street improvements regarding safety. These are striped improvements and are funded to be completed. See the map of Lankershim below to find out where the improvements are!

CONCEPT PROPOSAL Bollards in buffer space help protect bicyclists

On-Street parking acts as a buffer between bikes and people and moving cars

VANOW EN ST ARCH WOOD S T

KIT TRIDGE ST

HAMLIN ST GILMORE ST VICTORY BLVD

S Y LVA N ST

New Protected Bike Lane with physical barrier

E RWIN ST

KEY CHANGES

LANK ERSH VD IM BL

OXNARD ST

Street trees provide shade and enhance Lankershim

Street Trees TIA RA ST CA L IFA ST

EME LITA ST

Objective: Provide street trees where they are lacking. Design: Plant trees in public right-of-way. Installation: Install trees in locations along the corridor.

Street Tree

HATTERAS ST MIRANDA ST

High-Visibility Crosswalks (under study)

COLLINS

BU R BA NK BLV D KIL L IO N ST CUM PSTON ST

Improved Existing Crosswalk (8 total) New Continental Crosswalk (7 total)

CHANDL ER BLV D N CHANDL ER BLVD S WEDDING TO N ST

MAGNOLIA BLV D

Objective: Improve safety on Lankershim Blvd. Design: Increases driver’s ability to see pedestrian crossing. Installation: New “zebra-striped” continental crosswalks will be installed at all signalized intersections. Improvements to existing crosswalks will also be made.

Protected Bike Lanes

Objective: Provide robust protection for people traveling by bike on Lankershim Blvd, reduce sidewalk bicycle riding, and improve overall safety. Design: Protected bike lanes have a physical buffer between bikes and moving vehicles, such as a parking lane. Installation: Bike lanes would be installed with the new road design from Magnolia to Vanowen.

New Bike Lane


LANKERSHIMGREAT STREET

WHAT IS POSSIBLE IN PHASE 2: (UNFUNDED)? MAPPED IMPROVEMENTS Phase 2 consists of beautification improvements to the corridor. This phase is unfunded. See the map of Lankershim below to find out where potential improvements could go!

CONCEPT PROPOSAL Future opportunities for landscaping and additional trees in the bicycle buffer

Potential facade improvements

VANOW EN ST ARCH WOOD S T

KIT TRIDGE ST

HAMLIN ST GILMORE ST VICTORY BLVD

S Y LVA N ST

Outdoor dining and business activation

E RWIN ST LANK

KEY CHANGES

ERSH VD IM BL

OXNARD ST

Sidewalk Improvements TIA RA ST CA L IFA ST

EME LITA ST

Objective: Provide high quality, wide sidewalks for pedestrians. Design: Existing sidewalks will be improved and maintained. Installation: Currently, many sidewalks are either narrow or consist of uneven walking surfaces that pose risk to the pedestrian. Sidewalk improvements will create a more walkable environment.

Potential Sidewalk Improvements

HATTERAS ST MIRANDA ST

Gateway Opportunities

COLLINS

BU R BA NK BLV D KIL L IO N ST CUM PSTON ST

Objective: Provide a unique and defining entrance to the corridor. Design: Gateway would be placed in the public right-of-way and be specific to the location. Installation: Gateways are installed in this phase to enhance the character of the corridor.

Gateway

CHANDL ER BLV D N CHANDL ER BLVD S WEDDING TO N ST

MAGNOLIA BLV D

New Continental Crosswalk (PHASE 2)

Placemaking Opportunities

Objective: Provide flexible seating and public space for visitors and business patrons. Design: On-street parking spaces will be converted to public seating and pedestrian space. Installation: Currently, parklets are not feasible on Lankershim due to the high speed of vehicles and close proximity to traffic. The new design would reduce traffic speeds and allow for parklets.

Potential Parklet

Sidewalk improvements for a better retail experience


LANKERSHIMGREAT STREET WHEN IS THIS HAPPENING? SEPT. 12, 2016

SEPT. 15, 2016

Online Survey-Start

NoHo Artwalk

SEPT. 22, 2016

Food Truck Collective

SEPT. 29, 2016

Food Truck Collective

DEC. 3, 2016

DEC. 9, 2016

Pop Up Demonstration Lab

Online Survey-End

DEC. 10, 2016

NC Beautification Committee

FEB. 22, 2017

Community Open House

Phase 1

SEPT. 2017

Street Safety Improvements Installation

Date TBD

Upon Funding

Phase 2

END OF 2018

Green Streets Improvements