In Case You Missed it: Rowena Avenue, Waverly Drive, Angus Street Cut-Through Traffic Study Released

Council District 4 has released a study commissioned to analyze the impact of the so-called “Rowena Road Diet,” which was instituted in 2013. The study, which was conducted by Kimley-Horn during 2017-2018 and funded by CD4, focuses on the traffic patterns along Waverly Drive and Angus Street as these streets relate to Rowena Avenue.

“The Rowena Avenue, Waverly Drive, Angus Street Cut-Through Traffic Study was done to resolve the pressing issues of cut-through traffic and pedestrian safety,” Estevan Montemayor, Councilmember Ryu’s spokesperson, said. “Any safety improvements from this study will be implemented after more community discussion and public input.”

According to Anne-Marie Johnson, co-chair of the Silver Lake Neighborhood Council, “The SLNC will work with Council District 4 to give members of the community opportunities to ask questions and give feedback regarding the safety improvement recommendations provided in the study.”
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