HELP CREATE A MORE PEDESTRIAN & BIKE FRIENDLY COMMUNITY
I support creating a more pedestrian and bike friendly King Harbor, first and foremost by removing the barrier wall at the Hermosa Strand southern terminus and transforming the adjoining parking lot into a beautiful welcome park as envisioned below. This concept plan includes replacing all lost parking.
For too long pedestrians and cyclists have endured an unsafe and unattractive transition between the Hermosa Beach Strand and Harbor Drive and the time has come to improve this situation as recommended in the Vitality City Livability Plan approved by the City Councils of Redondo Beach, Hermosa Beach and Manhattan Beach. Below shows how the Hermosa Strand currently ends and requires a sharp turn to gain access to King Harbor.
Please pledge your support by signing this petition now. Thank you!
Vitality Beach - A place where people and ideas for making the beach cities an even happier and healthier community come together.
Blue Zones Project - A program dedicated to creating a more walkable, bikeable and livable beach cities.
Fun YouTube Video - A fast bike ride through King Harbor and The Redondo Pier
Informative Video - Expert talks about proposed Harbor Drive Cycle Track (aka Bike Path)
Inspirational Video - Tedx talk about creating more pedestrian and bike friendly cities