Meeting Date: 5/9/22 7:00 pm

Meeting Type: Special


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Hollywood Bowl & Neighborhood Traffic Implications
The Hollywood Bowl concert season has begun, and so has the resulting increased traffic to the neighborhoods!
Hollywood Hills West Neighborhood Council (HHWNC) Stakeholders:
We invite you to a special HHWNC joint committee meeting next week on Monday, May 9 at 7PM via Zoom to provide your input on a prioritized list of solutions to mitigate the neighborhood traffic issues caused by Hollywood Bowl events.
Zoom Meeting Online or by Telephone:
Phone Dial in: +1 (253) 215-8782 to Join the Meeting
Enter This Webinar ID: 861 5493 7400 and Press #
Solutions to Prioritize Include:
  1. Fund additional traffic officers on Hollywood Bowl Outsourced Events
  2. Engage transportation/traffic expert consulting firm
  3. Los Angeles Philharmonic/Hollywood Bowl to publicize initiatives they are working on to address the traffic concerns on a monthly basis
  4. Los Angeles Philharmonic/Hollywood Bowl to be more inclusive in their Advisory Board Meetings and Senior Management to actively participate in community meetings
  5. Change California State Transportation Regulations to allow for partial street closures during large venue events
  6. Coordinate with Hollywood Boulevard Events to ensure LIVE Nation events do not occur during the same time as Hollywood Blvd events/street closures
  7. Establish additional transportation demand management programs like a free park and ride trolley shuttle
  8. Restrict all single occupancy vehicles from parking at any of the Hollywood Bowl on-site parking lots
  9. Implement ‘Day-to-Day’ street/traffic improvements that will mitigate increased traffic during Hollywood Bowl events
  10. Establish a “neighborhood/ community impact” budget line item that is funded and reported on annually
  11. Create a “slow street” on Outpost Drive
  12. Improve Highland between Franklin and the 101 to ‘lane flip’ during Hollywood Bowl entry and exits
  13. Add provisions to Lease Agreement Upon Renewal to Address Neighborhood Concerns
  14. Explore the creation of a Red Line Metro station at the Hollywood Bowl
Meeting Guests include representatives from:
  • Los Angeles Philharmonic/Hollywood Bowl
  • Los Angeles Department of Transportation
  • Los Angeles City Council District 4 Nithya Raman’s Office (CD4)
  • Los Angeles City Council District 13 Mitch O’Farrell’s Office (CD13)
  • Los Angeles County District 5 Supervisor Kathryn Barger’s Office
  • Los Angeles City Hollywood Hills West Neighborhood Council
Email your pictures and feedback regarding neighborhood traffic issues caused by Hollywood Bowl events to: