Los Angeles: Traffic Calming Project along Mar Vista’s Venice Blvd Will Stay with More on the Way

L.A. City Councilmember Mike Bonin has announced that the one-year data is in, and that the Mar Vista Great Streets project on Venice Boulevard will remain in place. Bonin also announced some small tweaks coming to the project corridor soon.

The 0.8-mile Mar Vista Great Streets project includes improved pedestrian crossings, parking-protected bike lanes, a short stretch of buffered bike lanes, and a road diet lane reconfiguration from six through-lanes to four. Project construction finished in May, 2017. Previously released six-month data was largely inconclusive. Bonin had announced that the pilot project’s future would be decided based on analysis of a full year of data.