Bureau of Engineering Finishes City's First Complete Streets Project

Roscoe Blvd before and after complete streets

The City of Los Angeles Bureau of Engineering (Engineering) has announced the completion of the Roscoe Blvd. Street Improvement Project. It is the first of six planned Complete Streets pedestrian, roadway and safety improvement projects. The City's Complete Streets Program, led by Engineering, implements street improvements through integrated planning, design, and construction, which make roadways and rights of way safer for all users. The $8.6 million project was made possible by funding from the state’s SB-1 program and local Measure M.The work on Roscoe repaired damaged curbs and gutters and installed infrastructure to capture stormwater. Concurrently, the Los Angeles Department of Transportation's Vision Zero program added traffic signal improvements, bus stop relocations, and safety enhancements for cyclists and pedestrians.

Construction was completed by the Bureau of Street Services, in collaboration with the LADOT Vision Zero Traffic Signal team.