Go Human

The Southern California Association of Governments’ (SCAG) Go Human campaign aims to reduce traffic collisions to improve safety in communities across Southern California. SCAG hopes to create safer and healthier cities through education, advocacy, information sharing and events that help residents re-envision their neighborhoods. Learn more about Go Human here.

La campaña Go Human de la Asociación de Gobiernos del Sur de California (SCAG) tiene como objetivo reducir los accidentes de tránsito para mejorar la seguridad en las comunidades del sur de California. SCAG espera crear ciudades más seguras y saludables a través de educación, promoción, intercambio de información y eventos que ayuden a los residentes a volver a visualizar sus vecindarios.

Check out Go Human’s informational traffic safety tips:

Commit to driving practices that create safe streets for vulnerable users, particularly those who walk and bike. Take the Go Human Safe Driver Pledge!

Comprométase a prácticas de manejo que generen calles seguras para los usuarios vulnerables, particularmente para aquellos que caminan o andan en bicicleta. ¡Toma el compromiso del conductor seguro de Go Human!

Adams Boulevard Safety Project

The Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) is proposing changes to Adams Blvd between Crenshaw Blvd and Fairfax Ave that will improve traffic safety and accessibility for all. Changes may include pavement repair, signal upgrades, bike lanes, lane reduction, pedestrian beacons, pedestrian refuge islands, and other safety treatments. Learn more about the Adams Blvd Safety Project below:

  • Adams Blvd Safety Project website
  • “Adams Blvd Safety Project Update” video
  • “Actualización del proyecto de seguridad de Adams Blvd” video
  • Adams Blvd Safety Project (October 2020) presentation

LADOT wants your help to plan the best improvements for this corridor by identifying issues you encounter through the “Feedback Map” here.

  • “How To Use the Feedback Map on LADOTlivablestreets.org” video

Contact information: visionzero@lacity.org

Public Way Reservations System (PWRS)

The Public Way Reservation System displays all construction activities in the public right-of-way (usually the street or sidewalk) within a certain distance of a location. Explore construction projects in your area here.

  • Need help? Watch the “Public Way Reservations System Tutorial” video!

 

Plans to Accelerate Paving in High Traffic Areas

Adjusted Deployment to Accelerate Paving in High Traffic Corridors (ADAPT)

Street paving and some street sweeping from residential streets to major corridors. With this change, many projects will be completed more quickly, and those staying at home will be less impacted by noise and disruption. (More info click here)

Constructing the Future: Crenshaw/LAX Transit Project