Tweedy Mile Complete Street Project

The Tweedy Mile Complete Streets Project proposes to enhance pedestrian, bike and motorist safety, implement traffic calming measures and address issues of deferred maintenance.  Proposed improvements include high visibility crossing enhancements and corner bulb-outs at 11 intersections, parklets, in-roadway warning lights at four uncontrolled student crossings, traffic signal improvements for pedestrian safety, ADA ramp upgrades, paver restoration, and road rehabilitation from Dearborn Avenue to Dorothy Avenue. The Project also includes other elements such as bike racks, bus shelters, way finding signs for Tweedy parking lots, trash receptacles, shade trees, and street furniture to encourage pedestrian and bicycle use. Finally, the Project will improve student-pedestrian safety at four intersections near Los Angeles Unified School District schools.  


For any questions or concerns, please call the City Traffic Engineer, Jose Loera, (323) 563-9578.