Signal Changes Coming to Sherman Oaks

Los Angeles City Councilman Tom LaBonge worked to put it up.

Councilmember LaBonge has worked closely with the Los Angeles Department of Transportation to address recent complaints about certain Sherman Oaks intersections. The malfunctioning intersection at Ventura and Hazeltine will be repaired. 

Currently, sensors in the street are broken, the pedestrian crossing button is jammed, and this has resulted in every signal cycle having extended pedestrian crossing times. LADOT is also changing out the signal's computer to ensure that it is functioning properly.

Secondly, the relatively new signal at Woodcliff and Mulholland has made turns safer. LADOT has extended the morning peak hour green arrow time on Woodcliff to eastbound and westbound Mulholland. 

This will alleviate congestion on Woodcliff for vehicles waiting to get onto Mulholland. Please feel free to contact Councilmember LaBonge with the results of these changes and other concerns. Give your thanks to LADOT staff for looking into these concerns and making changes when necessary.

John October 03, 2012 at 08:35 PM
Your banner is covering the copy of the story.
Marshall Long October 03, 2012 at 10:14 PM
These changes came out of a very productive meeting between Councilman LaBonge and his staff and members of the SOHA board. We appreciate his quick response on these items.


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