MALIBU—The city of Malibu will be hosting an informational workshop on Wednesday, March 14 to provide information to the public regarding Measure M, which aims to fix regional transportation issues.
Measure M is a countywide half-cent sales tax that was approved by voters in November 2016 to address regional transportation issues. According to the city of Malibu, the funds generated will be used to help traffic congestion, expand transit services, maintain and improve existing infrastructure, enhance bike and pedestrian connections, earthquake-retrofit bridges, and embrace and implement technological innovations throughout the County.
The workshop will provide information on the projects being proposed for Measure M funding in Malibu and the surrounding county regions. The community will be able to learn about upcoming projects and ask questions to city and county staff. The projects being considered are:
-Westward Beach Parking and Walkway Improvements
-Malibu Canyon Road Improvements
-Signal System Improvements on Pacific Coast Highway
-Median Improvements along Pacific Coast Highway
-Topanga Beach Shuttle Service Expansion and Bus Stop Improvements
-Malibu Canyon Road Bridge Widening
The meeting will be held at Malibu City Hall located at 23825 Stuart Ranch Rd. in the Multipurpose Room from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Members of the public are encouraged to attend the informational meeting.