Mobility Plan 2035
Recirculated Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR)

February 2015


The Mobility Plan 2035 (MP 2035) is a comprehensive revision of the adopted 1999 City of Los Angeles Transportation Element of the General Plan that will guide mobility decisions in the City through year 2035, coupled with supporting documents and discretionary actions to further align the City’s street standards, processes and procedures with the goals of the MP 2035.  Proposed components of MP 2035 include: (1) Policies – that support identified goals and objectives; (2) Map Atlas – that identifies:  a) Enhanced Complete Street System – that includes selected roadways for pedestrian, bicycle, transit, or vehicle enhancements and proposed and programmed projects from a variety of sources; b) Generalized Circulation System (Highways and Freeways map); c) Scenic Highways; d) Goods Movement; and (3) Action Plan – that identifies programs that support implementation of the Plan’s goals and policies and aids the City in achieving its objectives (implementation of all or a portion of the Action Plan is incumbent upon staffing capacity and future funding).  MP 2035 is further supported by a Complete Streets Design Guide, an update to the Complete Street Standards (Standard Plan S-470) and a Five-Year Implementation Strategy.

The proposed MP 2035 includes a number of changes from the initial version circulated in February 2014, including additional miles on the Transit Enhanced Network (TEN), a Neighborhood Enhanced Network (NEN) to support neighborhood pedestrian activity, and an expanded Bicycle Enhanced Network (BEN).  One important change to Westwood Boulevard was made in response to the multiple transportation demands on Westwood Boulevard, now and in the future, with the opening of Exposition Phase II.  The MP 2035 now proposes to include Westwood Boulevard on the TEN while retaining existing short portions on the BEN (north of Santa Monica Boulevard to Le Conte Avenue).  The TEN designation on Westwood Boulevard is proposed as a moderate enhancement which would not remove a vehicle travel lane.  Remaining portions of Westwood Boulevard would retain their existing bicycle lanes.

The Recirculated Draft EIR analyzes environmental impacts of the proposed MP 2035 including all changes and has been reformatted to more clearly present the project description and project impacts; each threshold is separately described and impacts assessed.

(The Draft MP 2035 is being recirculated for comment at the same time as the Recirculated Draft EIR.)



Hard Copies of the Recirculated Draft EIR are available for review at the following locations:


City Hall

200 N. Spring Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

Van Nuys Civic Center

14410 Sylvan Street

Van Nuys, CA 91401

Central Library

630 W. 5th Street

Los Angeles, CA 90071




Exposition Park Library

3900 S. Western Avenue

Los Angeles, CA 90062

San Pedro Library

931 S. Gaffey Street

San Pedro, CA 90731

Arroyo Seco Library

6145 N. Figueroa Street

Los Angeles, CA 90042




North Hollywood Library

5211 Tujanga Avenue

North Hollywood, CA 91601

Mid-Valley Library

16244 Nordhoff Street

North Hills, CA 91343

West Valley Library

19036 Vanowen Street

Reseda, CA 91335




Goldwyn-Hollywood Library

1623 N. Ivar Avenue

Los Angeles, CA 90028

West Los Angeles Library

11360 Santa Monica Boulevard

Los Angeles, CA 90025





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