North Hill Avenue Complete Streets Project

Project Overview

The North Hill Avenue Complete Streets Project intends to calm traffic speeds and improve safety and mobility on North Hill Avenue at the intersections of Topeka Street and Elizabeth Street.

Project Background

The City of Pasadena Department of Transportation in 2016 to develop concept plans and conduct outreach with neighborhood residents for the North Hill Avenue Complete Streets project. The North Hill Avenue corridor is 1.4 mile in length connecting the neighborhood to and from I-210 freeway. The main concerns raised by local residents is speeding of motorists which greatly impact their neighborhood’s quality of life. The goal of the project was to balance transportation opportunities to lower vehicular speeds and to improve the safety of pedestrians, bicyclists and motorists. Working closely with the residents on Hill Avenue, The City of Pasadena Department of Transportation proposed two traffic circles for two intersections of Topeka Street and Elizabeth Street.

Process Design

Hill Ave. and Topeka St. Traffic Circle

Hill Ave. and Elizabeth St. Traffic Circle

Process Timeline

We encourage you to provide your input on the new traffic circle and the traffic circle to be installed summer 2024 at the intersection of N. Hill Avenue and Elizabeth Street in the comment box below:

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Hill Ave. and Topeka St. Traffic Circle

Hill and Topeka Traffic Circle Approach Vehicles