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Join Los Angeles and Pasadena in Creating a Safer Avenue 64 for Everyone

If you have traveled through the Arroyo Seco on scenic Avenue 64, you have hopefully noticed it is a historically significant residential area, well-traveled by motorists, cyclists and pedestrians alike.  You might have also noticed traffic violations abound whether traveling north or south on the street.  The only existing traffic control intervention made jointly by the Cities of Los Angeles and Pasadena, namely the 4-way stop signs located at the intersection of Avenue 64 and Church Street, was completed in 2004 at the request of residents living in the vicinity.  Also in 2004, a request for crosswalks at the intersection made by the same community of neighbors was ignored completely by the cities.  Read about the old story here:   http://www.boulevardsentinel.com/12-2003.htm   The aforementioned intersection has not completely solved the safety concerns that exist along Avenue 64 in both cities. Speeding, tailgating, passing in the center lane, and ignoring stop signs all continue to endanger those who use Avenue 64 on a daily basis.  

On July 7th, 2013, a community meeting was held at the Church of the Angels to discuss concerns related to public safety while traveling on Avenue 64.  The Avenue 64 Coalition was formed from this meeting, consisting of a core group of neighbors who reside in Los Angeles and Pasadena. Our mission is to ensure City Representatives will work collaboratively with one another and with us to change Avenue 64 into a safer street for motorists, cyclists, and pedestrians.

Avenue 64 is a public safety hazard and your support is needed to ensure collaboration between coucilmen Jose Huizar in Los Angeles and Steve Madison in Pasadena to address the issues effectively. Madison recognizes the need for improvement on Avenue 64 and has made it a priority in the service of his constituents to meet with an Avenue 64 Coalition representative, a meeting that has already taken place. Huizar is requested to do the same on behalf of his constituency, eliminating the middleman in order to personally address this urgent public safety issue immediately.

Please join your neighbors in creating a safer Avenue 64 for everyone by signing this petition.

Please forward the link to neighbors. We need your support!

This petition was delivered to:
  • Office of Jose Huizar, Councilman District 14, Los Angeles
    Paul Habib, Chief of Staff
  • 51st District Assembly member
    Jimmy Gomez
  • Transportation and Public Works, , Los Angeles
    Doane Liu, Deputy Mayor
  • Senior Transportation planner
    Richard Dilluvio
  • Office of the Mayor, Transportation, Los Angeles -LADOT
    Leon Borja, Deputy Mayor
  • Pasadena Dept. of Transportation
    Fred Dock, Director
  • City of Los Angeles
    Jose Huizar, Councilman, District 14, Los Angeles
  • Office of Steve Madison, District 6, Pasadena
    Takako Suzuki, Field Representative
  • General manager Los Angeles Department of Transportation
    Seleta Reynolds


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