The city of Redondo Beach will host a third stakeholders' meeting regarding street and landscape improvements along North Harbor Drive and Herondo Street, including the construction of a Class III cycle track and a roundabout.
The meeting will be held from 6-7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the city council chambers at 415 Diamond St. in South Redondo Beach.
Attendees will discuss "refinements to the ultimate project build-out concepts following the second stakeholder meeting held on Jan. 30," according to a notice posted on the city's website. "The city will collect public input on these projects along with adjacent landscaping and streetscape improvements, further refine … conceptual designs for the projects, and complete necessary construction plans and specifications."
The cycle track construction, street resurfacing and bike lane striping are expected to begin in the fall of this year.
The city received a state grant to construct the two-way cycle track on North Harbor Drive and to stripe new bike lanes on Herondo Street—two items that are part of the South Bay Bicycle Master Plan.
Funding to hire the consultants to help with this project came from Chevron, which will transport gigantic coke drums from Mole B to its refinery in El Segundo starting next Monday.