Traffic mitigation measures a failure in Calabasas



I am a 31-year resident in the Mulwood Heights area of Calabasas. The following are five reasons why I object to this latest Calabasas council-approved traffic mitigating fiasco, i.e., the newly installed asphalt berms lining both sides of Mulholland Highway between Paul Revere and Declaration avenues. Not only are they not needed as the road is plainly marked, but they actually cause dangerous and hazardous conditions for pedestrians, bicyclists and motorists:
1. The asphalt berms blo...

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