Residents are encouraged to share their input on safety issues on Pacific Coast Highway during the final meeting this week for the Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) Safety Study.
The meeting will take place Thursday, Oct. 4 at 6 p.m. at Malibu City Hall. It will cover the entire PCH corridor within the City of Malibu, according to Elizabeth Shavelson, the City of Malibu's public works analyst.
The study is seeking to take a comprehensive look at the entire PCH coordior to prioritize improvements, Shavelson said.
In addition to the public meetings, the City has put together an interactive website www.malibu.metroquest.com where the public can share how they use the highway, identify their safety and traffic concerns and suggest improvements. The public can share their input through Oct. 12.
The PCH Safety Study has been made possible through a Caltrans Transportation Planning Grant of $300,000 with additional funding from the City of Malibu.