Traffic

CONSTRUCTION UPDATE: Inglewood Ave between Artesia Blvd & 190TH St

On April 17, 2019, California Water Service (Cal Water) will begin construction to replace the existing water main on Inglewood Avenue between Artesia Blvd and 190th Street. Duration: Construction is anticipated to take approximately eight (8) weeks. Working Hours: Primarily 9am-5pm. However, nightwork between 9 pm and 6 am has been approved for the intersection of Inglewood Avenue and…

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District 5 Q & A

Hello, we live on the south side of Manhattan Beach Blvd behind a divided curb area with a tall hedge running the length of the block.  The hedge and curb serve both to block sound from MBB and isolate the residential area from the 40 mph traffic. Questions: Several months ago the city hired a…

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April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month

Redondo Beach Calif. – April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month and the Redondo Beach Police Department will be joining law enforcement agencies statewide stopping drivers who violate California’s hands-free cell phone law. On April 4th, April 9th, and April 19th the Redondo Beach Police Department will have additional officers on patrol looking specifically for…

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Manhattan Beach Blvd & Inglewood Ave News

Three projects are being coordinated on the corner of MBB Blvd & Inglewood Ave: A new gas station. Widening Inglewood Ave. Removing the ugly above-ground utility boxes and vents. The City has been working closely with the developer’s team (United Oil) to coordinate the gas station construction with the City’s roadway widening project.

The gas station…

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Traffic Circle seeking input!

The City of Redondo Beach installed a temporary Traffic Circle at the intersection of Blossom Lane and Plant Avenue in August 2017. As part of the installation program, Staff is soliciting resident feedback using the attached survey. Staff appreciates the input of residents and continuously takes them into consideration. Staff requests that the attached questionnaire…

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Traffic Circle Update: Q & A

Here is the latest information regarding the traffic circle: On the corner of Plant & Blossom, a temporary traffic circle was installed. The neighbors asked for a stop sign but that corner did not meet the criteria for an additional stop sign. So the Traffic Engineers suggested we try a traffic circle for 6 months.…

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Mini Traffic Circle Pilot Program begins August 2017

On August 16, 2016, City Council voted to do a pilot program for mini-traffic circles in our neighborhood. Increasingly, driver’s are frustrated by the constant stop and go that comes with the plethora of stop signs in our neighborhood. Pedestrians and residents are frustrated by driving speeds and inconsiderate drivers. Mini-traffic circles are design to…

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Do you use Vista Del Mar?

The City of LA put Vista Del Mar on a road diet. The City of Manhattan Beach is considering suing because it drastically increases commute times for their residents going towards Culver City, Santa Monica and Beverly Hills for work. Does this road diet effect you? Should Redondo Beach join the fight with Manhattan Beach…

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Artesia Boulevard, What can we do?

Artesia Boulevard, What can we do? My vision for Artesia: 1) Form a task force comprised of real estate experts, residents, business owners to gather ideas and formulate a plan. 2) Study the business mix currently on Artesia Boulevard. 3) Discuss/learn/study the best mix for that area. 4) Market to the business categories we are lacking,…

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Traffic Mitigation

The City of Redondo Beach is actively pursuing funds to help make your commute easier, here are some projects already approved and working through the process: Adding a right turn lane on southbound Inglewood Avenue to westbound Manhattan Beach Blvd. This will provide congestion relief from the 405 Freeway to Manhattan Beach Blvd. Adding a…

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