After viewing the map, FIFTY-SEVEN signalized intersections will be posted so that you can see where the work on these first intersections, actually are.
There are, however, some very important intersections not covered by the City of L.A.'s Traffic Department, as far as ATSAC installation goes. Those intersections, important in the Ponte Vista discussions are also posted below.
You will learn that between May, 2008 and February, 2009, these FIFTY-SEVEN intersections, including many on Western Avenue, will get the installation completed. There is no evidence, in the funding listed below, that Mr. Bisno has placed funds in the "Available Developer Fees" section. I believe he has stated that he would put something like "five-million dollars" into the funds available for traffic mitigation.
The information provided from traffic engineers from the City of Los Angeles, are stated below:
Western Avenue at Avenida Aprenda
Anaheim/Gaffey/Normandie/Palos Verdes Drive North....Five Points.
I don't have any documentation yet, on the status of Caltran's work on these intersections.
It is also demonstrated by ommission that the following freeway ramps are also not mentioned on the document.
Anaheim at Harbor Freeway
Pacific Coast Highway at Harbor Freeway.
Now, here is how the funds are found and dispersed:
Total Project Cost: $8,015,600.00
$3,825,000 "MTA Share by Agreement"
$185,000 "Available Developer Fees." (These fees are already in the coffers)
$4,005,600 "Proposition C Funds Required in FY 2007-08 and Beyond Budtets"?
I will try, in the next few days, to get the SEVENTY other signalized intersections posted and try and get more information concerning the intersections near the Ponte Vista at San Pedro site that are not listed on either of the lists.