The first of four meetings on a study on safety on Pacific Coast Highway is set for Thursday night in Malibu.
The meeting, which will focus on Topanga Canyon Road to Cross Creek Road, is expected to begin at 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 13 at .
Councilwoman Laura Zahn Rosenthal said at Monday's City Council meeting that as many as 700 respondents had already taken an online survey and provided input. She invited residents to post more input on the interactive website at malibu.metroquest.com.
The website was created out of a partnership between the City of Malibu and the Southern California Association of Governments, according to Kyle Santiago of Arellano Associates, which was hired by the city to gather resident input.
The study will consider all modes of travel, including pedestrians, bicycles and cars, and will include recommendations for improvements along three areas:
- Study Area 1: Topanga Canyon Road to Cross Creek Road
- Study Area 2: Cross Creek Road to Busch Drive
- Study Area 3: Busch Drive to Western City Limits
The meetings are set for 6 to 8 p.m. Sept. 13, Sept. 20, Sept. 27, Oct. 4 at .
The first three meetings will focus on one specific study area. The fourth meeting will review material presented at the first three meetings.
Residents can provide feedback online at malibu.metroquest.com through Oct. 12.