Following the devastating hit-and-run crash that killed one woman and injured more than a dozen on Saturday, the Los Angeles City Council voted to have temporary traffic barriers installed at the Venice Boardwalk to prevent future crashes. According to Councilman Mike Bonin, people accidentally drive onto Ocean Front Walk about 15 to 20 times a day. Within the next 14 days, city officials are expected to come up with a safety assessment plan for the boardwalk that will look at different types of barriers, street lighting, a public address system and more surveillance cameras.

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