As part of community engagement for the Clifton-Le Doux Corridor Mobility Study, the city of Beverly Hills Public Works Department is inviting the public to attend a demonstration of temporary traffic calming devices. The Clifton-Le Doux Corridor Mobility Study is evaluating a range of traffic calming options to help slow vehicle speeds, discourage cut-through traffic, and make both streets more comfortable for people walking and biking.
The demonstration will take place on March 25 from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. The city will place temporary curb extensions at the intersection of Clifton/Stanley and a temporary traffic circle at the intersection of Clifton/Le Doux. The community is invited to drive, walk, or bike through these intersections to experience how they look and feel, and tell the city their preferences. Feedback received will be used to consider potential locations for traffic calming devices supported by the community.
More details can be found on the project website at www.beverlyhills.org/cliftonledoux. For questions, contact the city at 310-285-2467 or AskPW@beverlyhills.org.