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Workshops continue for Sustainable Transportation Plan


The City of Palmdale will host round two of workshops for the Sustainable Transportation Plan.

Join one of three community workshop opportunities focused on potential strategies to improve traffic safety and reduce greenhouse gasses.

Workshop #1 (Virtual), Wednesday, Oct. 26 at noon. RSVP on the website at

Workshop #2 (In-person), Wednesday, Nov. 2 at 7 p.m., Marie Kerr Recreation Center, 2723-A W Rancho Vista Blvd. Hot dinner will be served.

Workshop #3 (In-person), Thursday, Nov. 2 at 7 p.m., Legacy Commons, 930 E Avenue Q-9. Hot dinner will be served.

Each workshop will cover the same material. Spanish interpretation will be provided. Requests for other languages will be accommodated if made at least three working days (72 hours) in advance of the scheduled meeting date by emailing City Traffic Engineer Jay Nelson at

Visit for more details and to complete the online commenting activity, launching Oct. 26. Participants who use the tool will be entered for a chance to win a $200 gift card to The Squeaky Wheel Bike Shop. The first 100 respondents will receive a $5 TAP card, compatible with Antelope Valley Transit Authority or LA County Metro.

During the first round of outreach in Summer 2022, the project team gathered feedback on identifying places where transportation improvements can be implemented to enhance connectivity, safety, and mobility.

This second round of workshops will focus on developing potential strategies after reviewing the community’s input and developing potential solutions to improve traffic safety and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

For more information, visit the project website at, or contact City Traffic Engineer Jay Nelson at, or (661) 267-5320.