MALIBU—The city of Malibu is in development to create a Traffic Management Plan for the Point Dume neighborhood area to analyze existing conditions, and determine recommendations to reduce vehicle speeds and improve safety for vehicles, pedestrians, and cyclists.
According to a press release from the city of Malibu website, community input is a vital role in identifying and determining the plan’s recommended traffic safety improvements. On Tuesday, February 23, the city will have its second Point Dume Traffic Management Community Meeting to have discussions on the current traffic conditions and the traffic management plan. The meeting will also provide feedback to input receiving from the first meeting held in November 2015.
The city will discuss potential traffic safety features to fix traffic conditions in the Point Dume neighborhood. The meeting will be held at Point Dume Marine Science School at 6955 Fernhill Drive and will begin at 6:30 p.m. All community members are welcome and asked to attend to provide their feedback. Some of the items that will be discussed include speed humps, signage, speeding, parking and other traffic issues.
Written comments may be submitted to Rob DuBoux, Assistant Public Works Director, at email@example.com .For additional information, including the agenda and staff presentation from the November 2015 Community Meeting can be found by visiting the project webpage at MalibuCity.org/PDTraffic.