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In its ongoing efforts to improve the safety of Pacific Coast Highway (PCH), the City of Malibu is hosting a public meeting to provide an update on the PCH Safety Study, and receive community input on the important project.
Thursday, February 19, 6:30 PMMalibu City Hall (23825 Stuart Ranch Road) Multi-Purpose Room Refreshments provided
All community members are encouraged to attend the February 19 meeting to share ideas and concerns, and ask questions regarding the safety of PCH for motorists, cyclists, transit riders, pedestrians, and residents. Staff from the City and the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG), and the project consultant will provide an update on the progress of the Safety Study, including findings, next steps, and the process of developing recommendations to improve safety on PCH in Malibu.
The City, in collaboration with SCAG, is conducting the PCH Safety Study to examine current road conditions, determine accident patterns, assess traffic conflicts and develop strategies to improve safety on PCH in Malibu. The study will conclude with recommendations for measures to improve safety along the PCH corridor for motorists, cyclists, transit riders, pedestrians, and residents.
Public input will be incorporated into the Safety Study analysis, and the consultant will develop policy recommendations that will be delivered to the Safety Study Project Steering Committee, which includes representatives from the City of Malibu, the offices of Senator Fran Pavley, Assemblymember Richard Bloom, County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl, Caltrans, Los Angeles County Department of Public Works, L.A. County Sheriff’s Department, California Highway Patrol, L.A. County Beaches & Harbors, A Safer PCH, Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District, Pepperdine University, and the Malibu Chamber of Commerce.
The recommendations will be heard by the City's Public Works and Public Safety Commissions before going to the City Council.
To RSVP or for more information, contact Elizabeth Shavelson, Public Works Analyst at firstname.lastname@example.org or 310-456-2489 ext. 254, or visit the study website at www.malibucity.org/PCH-SafetyStudy.