The Beach Cities Health District, through a grant from the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG), partnered with the cities of Redondo Beach, Manhattan Beach and Hermosa Beach, and Stantec to develop a comprehensive design manual to guide future street improvements towards the goals of health, safety, livability, sustainability, and more.
Aviation Corridor Multimodal Plan:
The second work effort of the grant included the development of a series of concepts that apply the Living Street Manual framework to Aviation Blvd. This corridor in the South Bay region is heavily traveled, auto-oriented and can potentially benefit from safety and livability improvements. Through this process, three conceptual alternatives were developed and collectively are referred to as the Aviation Boulevard Multimodal Corridor Concept Plan.
While the Aviation Corridor Concepts are not the primary focus of the October 30th study session, this context is provided to show how the Living Streets Concepts may be applied to a corridor in the Beach Cities. Future implementation of any improvements along the corridor would be at the discretion of the governing agency that has jurisdiction over their segment of roadway.