SOUTH PASADENA – ColoradoBoulevard.net:
On July 25, 2023, South Pasadena City officials, Commissioners, staff, and residents gathered to break ground on a series of transformative street improvement projects, marking the commencement of a new era for South Pasadena.
By News Desk
At the groundbreaking event, Mayor Jon Primuth stated: “These street improvement projects will undoubtedly improve the connectivity throughout South Pasadena.” Primuth also mentioned the City’s recent efforts in bringing together the community at the State of Streets Study Session meeting. A few months ago the meeting brought together the City Council, Commissioners, and the community to discuss the state of our streets and a path forward.
Some projects that the City has already initiated include:
- Multiple street improvements, including reconstruction and resurfacing the Slow Streets Program;
- Slow Streets Program, which includes the installation of traffic calming devices on various residential streets throughout the City;
- Fair Oaks Intelligent Transportation Systems (Rogan) Project, which improves American Disability Act (ADA) access along Fair Oaks Avenue, implements signal synchronization, bus prioritization, and advances traffic safety technology;
- Fremont Avenue and Huntington Drive Improvement Project, which features traffic safety improvements as well as pedestrian and cycling amenities currently underway. There will be design workshops for community input this Fall.
For any questions on upcoming projects or street improvements, contact the Public Works Department by emailing email@example.com or call (626) 403-7240.
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