Throughout the development of the Mobility Plan, your participation and feedback is critical to us. Since Fall of 2011, we have been out to over 90 public community meetings throughout the city (including meetings we’ve held: 4 public workshops during Spring of 2012 and our 2 scoping meetings during Spring of 2013, 7 regional planning forums in Spring of 2014), implemented an online town hall to hear from those who don’t have the time to go to traditional meetings, and worked with various agencies, nonprofits, and community groups. We encourage you to participate in any future events and look forward to hearing from you!
You can plug into the Mobility Plan at any time on your own by downloading our outreach packet below. There’s a brief info sheet about the project, a presentation going over what the Mobility Plan is and what it will do, and our goals, policies, and action programs list that will go into the planning document. For more up to date information, see the Documents page that gets updated anytime we have new material to release.
If you have any questions or comments, please contact:
Department of City Planning
200 N. Spring Street Rm 667, MS 395
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Phone: (213) 978-1194
or Claire Bowin: (213)978-1213 firstname.lastname@example.org
Online Town Hall
As one way of expanding the number and diversity of stakeholders we have introduced an on-line town hall through ideas.la2b.org. The first phase of the town hall extended from November 7, 2011 – January 30, 2012 and February 2, 2012-October 2012. These two rounds of online conversation provided an opportunity for community members to share thoughts and opinions about the streets of Los Angeles. More information about the town hall is available here. The discussion has opened again August 2013 to get feedback on the action plan program list. As of Feb 2015, the website contract has ended its term after three years of online participation. As we reach our final stages of the Mobility Plan project, please feel free to engage us through other venues, like this blog, phone, or email. As always, you can stay up to date by reading our new blog posts to find out where we are in the project timeline.