The Transportation Committee focuses on mobility and parking issues throughout our area. Since two MTA Redline stations are within our boundaries, considering ways to make public transportation more attractive is a significant focus. When new development is proposed, the committee works with developers to ensure traffic impacts are considered and appropriate parking is provided. Finally, the committee aims to find ways to make our area more walk-able and bike-friendly through protection and expansion of sidewalks, preservation of parkways and expansion of bike lanes.
Transportation Committee announcements/news and upcoming meetings can be found towards the bottom of this page.
Passionate about transportation in your neighborhood? Join the Transportation Committee – you’ll help bring transportation issues to the attention of our neighborhood council and the city, evaluate transportation-related impacts from new projects/developments and assist with outreach to fellow stakeholders. Contact me if interested.
We are building a HHWNC Transportation Matrix to identify and map issues related to traffic, parking, speeding, street problems and more. Information for the matrix is gathered from our ongoing Transportation Town Halls held in conjunction with the various Areas in Hollywood Hills West and direct from stakeholders. View the Transportation Matrix >
Have questions or concerns about traffic, parking, biking, walking or public transport? Below you will find a list of city resources to help solve your immediate problems. If you can’t find an answer or need additional help, please contact me and I will do my best to help.
To report a parking violation or illegally parked vehicle, call 1-866-561-9742
To report an abandoned vehicle, call 1 (800) ABANDON (222-6366) or click here
Find real-time traffic information to help plan your commute at http://trafficinfo.lacity.org/
Find public parking lots and structures at http://parkinginla.lacity.org/
Get quick access to citywide services, including potholes, downed trees in the street, bulky item pickup, dead animal removal and more. Call 311 from your phone or download the LA311 app for Apple or Android.
Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT)
LADOT Bus Services
Find information about DASH and Commuter Express bus services. Plan your trip, buy fares and learn about any service alerts at http://www.ladottransit.com/
LADOT Bike Program
Find bike parking, learn about bike sharing programs, plan your trip and information about the city’s 2010 Bike Plan (now part of the Mobility 2036 Plan) at http://bike.lacity.org/
Find information about parking permits or pay parking tickets here.
Find information about bus, metro, light rail services and ridesharing. Plan your trip, find routes, learn about funding sources like Measure M and more at https://www.metro.net/
Safe Sidewalks LA
Report a sidewalk problem, request repairs or learn about the city’s rebate program for homeowners who repair their own sidewalks at http://www.sidewalks.lacity.org/
Bureau of Street Services
The agency tasked with providing anything related to streets, including pothole repair, resurfacing, street sweeping and street-related enforcement for obstructions. Learn more or submit a service request at http://bss.lacity.org
LA Speed Hump Program
The city’s speed hump request program opens twice each year. To learn about what’s required to request speed humps on your street and/or apply, click here.
Vision Zero Plan
LA’s plan to reduce and eventually eliminate traffic fatalities. View or download the Vision Zero Action Plan
Mobility 2035 Plan
LA’s plan to improve mobility for pedestrians, bicyclists, transit riders, and motorists. Mobility Plan 2035 includes six goals that highlight the City’s mobility priorities with associated objectives and policies.
View or download the Mobility 2035 Plan
Department of City Planning
Learn about the city planning process, locate planning documents (like Environmental Impact Reports and Mitigated Negative Declarations) and more.
Zoning and Map Access Information (ZIMAS)