Show your support for slowing and reducing traffic on Willoughby Avenue!
In collaboration with the City of L.A., the City of West Hollywood has installed traffic-calming “temporary installations” through August, 2022 on Willoughby Ave. at Ogden Drive (diverter), Spaulding Ave. (curb extensions/”bulb-outs”) and Curson Avenue (traffic circle) to reduce and slow cut-through traffic on this residential street. West Hollywood has posted information and a video on their “Willoughby–Kings–Vista/Gardner Street Design Project” webpage.
West Hollywood will host two virtual workshops at the end of August to seek community input on the Project.
Thursday, August 25, 2022 at 5:30 p.m. and Saturday, August 27, 2022 at 9:30 a.m.
Online — RSVP links for each meeting are posted at the project webpage
Feedback to West Hollywood staff can also be provided via the comment box on the project webpage, or to submit the following supportive statements, send the corresponding letters A, C, and E via text message to (844) 300-1624:
“I like the Diverter at Ogden/Willoughby” – Text “A”
“I like the Corner Curb Extensions at Spaulding/Willoughby” – Text “C”
“I like the Mini Roundabout at Curson/Willoughby” – Text “E”
West Hollywood’s Pedestrian and Bicycle Mobility Plan (2017) identified Willoughby Avenue, Kings Road and Vista-Gardner Streets as providing a missing link in the City’s existing bike network. The cities of West Hollywood and Los Angeles have proposed making these streets more comfortable and inviting for people of all ages and abilities who choose to walk and bike. See the City’s website for more information about the project.