The city's Director of Public Works, Ramiro Adeva explained the purpose of the workshop. "The Council directed staff to hold an informative workshop for any interested members of the public to attend, including businesses and developers as well, in order to discuss/explain the details of the project. We most definitely will allow questions to be asked, and will consider any points brought up at the meeting. We look forward to educating the public on the technical rationale used in designing the ultimate intersection."
It’s obvious that traffic is increasing at the Kanan/Agoura Road intersection every year, including from the mountain and beach communities to our south, and from our north. As Agoura Village is built out, that traffic impact will also need to be accommodated. We strongly encourage you to take this unique opportunity to look at the city’s plans, including for additional traffic lanes, road widening and removal of oak trees. Get your questions answered. Share your thoughts and suggestions with the staff and City Council. We hope that the final design will also reflect its location as gateway to the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area.
Additional information will be available on the city's web site and at City Hall.