Caltrans seeks input on 134 project

Amber Willard

MEDIA DISTRICT WEST -- Burbank residents and commuters are invited to

join California Department of Transportation officials today to discuss

ways of improving traffic flow along the Ventura (134) Freeway.

The meeting will begin at 6 p.m. at Robert Louis Stevenson Elementary

School, 3333 W. Oak St.

Caltrans is considering a proposal to build a new onramp on the 134

Freeway at Alameda Avenue and Hollywood Way and realigning the existing

offramp.

Other possible measures include building sound walls and retaining

walls. The project would require acquisition of an apartment complex and

three other nearby buildings. Caltrans officials said the estimated cost

of the project is $14.4 million and would start in February 2004.

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