My office has been closely working with the Department of Transportation and Streets LA to transform Sepulveda Boulevard’s “Mission Mile” between Rayen Street and Rinaldi Street into a transportation corridor that increases community health and safety, improves environmental quality, offers beautification and greening opportunities, expands transportation options, and provides a high quality of life for local residents and businesses.
In 2017, we identified Sepulveda Boulevard as a priority corridor due to the high volume of traffic deaths and severe injuries. There were 30 severe injuries and 5 fatalities along this 3 mile stretch between 2009 and 2017. Since November 2019-March 2020, we’ve been working with community members to gather valuable feedback on the design of the project. Due to Safer at Home orders, we’re unable to hold in-person community engagement meetings. However, your feedback is crucial. Please let your voice be heard and complete the survey below to help us design a Sepulveda Boulevard for our community. Please provide feedback on the design proposal by the end of June: