* Split the remaining 3.3-million-square-foot project into two phases, with the first 2 million square feet to be built in one phase and the rest not until measures to deal with traffic problems are added.
* Expand landscaping around the project.
* Reduce building heights to eliminate shading of residential properties.
* Impose new regulations to reduce "amplified entertainment noise."
* Enclose or shut down the Water World attraction, which neighbors say creates too much noise.
* Require special permits on a case-by-case basis for alcohol service.
Times staff writer James Bates contributed to this story.
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Universal City Expansion Plan
Universal Studios wants to more than double the facilities of its theme park and movie studios overlooking the Cahuenga Pass. Los Angeles County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky and City Council President John Ferraro want to scale back the proposed expansion. Features of the proposal and suggested reduction: