Pedestrian Action Plan Negative Declaration

The proposed project consists of the adoption of the City of Santa Monica’s Pedestrian Action Plan (the Plan). The Plan provides a comprehensive approach to pedestrian policy in Santa Monica using a multi-disciplined approach to making physical, operational and educational improvements that prioritize pedestrians. The goals, policies and actions in the Pedestrian Action plan address the input gathered from the community, stake holders and key professionals such as public safety personnel, transportation planners and engineers, while aligning a vision with data analysis to develop strategies that prioritize actions for the short and long terms. The Plan introduces a Vision Zero program which envisions zero fatalities from pedestrian crashes. Components of the program include prioritizing and organizing community safety goals, and facilitating the systematic implementation of current and future actions that support safer walkability for people of all ages and abilities. The Plan also includes a tool box that provides guidance to best address existing and future street conditions to help all City departments recognize and respond to pedestrian priorities.

Documents

Notice of Intent (NOI) - Tuesday Oct 27, 2015

Draft Negative Declaration - Tuesday Oct 27, 2015

The Draft comment period is 20 days as required by CEQA Guidelines Section 15105. Comments may be submitted, in writing, by 5:30 PM on Tuesday Nov 17, 2015

Status Updates

Tue Oct 27, 2015

Updated

City Contact

Rachel Kwok, Environmental Planner

(310) 458-8341

rachel.kwok@smgov.net

Address

Citywide

Project Type

City Initiated

CEQA Type

Negative Declaration

CEQA Status

In Progress

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Pedestrian Action Plan Draft

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