A media briefing was held Friday morning in conjunction with the two public meetings this week about the Alternatives Analysis for the project, which seeks to improve traffic in the area around the 710 gap between Alhambra and Pasadena.
The Powerpoint from the briefing is above. Details on the meetings after the jump.
Join us for the upcoming SR-710 Environmental Study Community Meetings March 1 and March 3:
- Share community information and insights gathered in the SR-710 Conversations and Scoping process held in 2011;
- Become familiar with the next phase of the environmental review process known as the Alternatives Analysis phase
- Contribute your ideas and suggestions to help Metro and Caltrans finalize the overall study’s goals and objectives; and
- Join one the various Community Liaison Councils (CLC) that will be comprised of residents, business people and community leaders within specific study-area communities. The CLCs will offer Metro and Caltrans advice on community-specific issues and outreach efforts for the environmental study.
Information presented will be identical at each All Communities Convening
Kids are welcome. We will have activities to entertain them.
Thursday, March 1, 2012
6pm – 8pm
Presentation at 6:30pm
Ramona Hall Community Center
4580 N Figueroa St
Los Angeles, CA 90065
Served by Metro Gold Line – Southwest Museum Station, Metro Bus Lines 81, 83, 176 and 287, Dash Shuttle Route Highland Park – Eagle Rock. Map
Saturday, March 3, 2012
10am – 12pm
Presentation at 10:30am
East Los Angeles Public Library
4837 E 3rd St
Los Angeles, CA 90022
Served by Metro Gold Line – East LA Civic Center Station, Metro Bus Lines 258 and 260, Metro Shuttle 68, Montebello Bus Lines 10 and 40, El Sol Shuttle Routes A and B. Map
Can’t Attend? Participate from Home. Webstream of meeting