The City of Hollywood’s Engineering, Transportation and Mobility Division, in partnership with transportation engineering consultant Kimley-Horn, is hosting a virtual public meeting on a Complete Streets Project for 29th Avenue on Thursday, February 4th at 4:00 p.m. This project proposes several improvements to the existing roadway. Stakeholders, interested parties and the general public are all invited to attend.
Along with Broward County, the City is focused on implementing the “Complete Streets” model on important corridors. Kimley-Horn is currently studying the N 29th Avenue corridor between Sheridan Street and Stirling Road. The team is examining existing and long-range vehicular travel volumes to determine if the existing configuration can be modified to a Complete Streets configuration with the goal of ensuring safe and efficient amenities for all modes of transportation, including vehicular, transit, pedestrian, and bicycle modes of travel.
Typical Complete Streets improvements being considered are:
All are invited to participate virtually via the WebEx application using one of the following methods:
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