Safety Concerns on Coldwater Canyon Drive in Beverly Hills Abound
Posted Thursday, March 12, 2020 - 6:45 pm
By Laura Coleman
In the wake of Beverly Hills Waterline Replacement Project, residents are urging City officials to come up with a solution for the traffic and safety woes plaguing Coldwater Canyon Drive before the street is repaved in 2021.
Roughly 24,000 vehicles daily traverse the residential thoroughfare connecting the Valley to the Westside Monday through Friday, creating a host of safety concerns for the hundreds of residents living along the one-mile stretch through Beverly Hills between Beverly Drive and Monte Cielo Drive. When not mired in traffic congestion along the 10.3-mile route connecting North Beverly Drive to the San Fernando Valley, cars frequently travel the windy two-lane road in excess of the 30-mile per hour speed limit, often using the center turn lane to illegally pass fellow drivers.
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