Kinda hard to resist this one. Just substitute “Mulholland Bridge” for “Meadowlands” in the lyrics.
The middle span on the north side looks to be going, going, gone….
Unified Command has just issued this statement:
The 405 Closure Unified Command has received information that several large trucks have attempted to utilize Sepulveda Boulevard to bypass the freeway closure. This must not happen and could pose a hazard to emergency services through the Sepulveda pass. Effective immediately, law enforcement and traffic enforcement will be enforcing the height and weight restrictions along Sepulveda Boulevard. Trucks exceeding the limits will be cited. Trucks must utilize the regional freeway systems and alternate routes. This information is available on numerous websites including Metro.net/405, go511.com or by calling 511.
And here’s the view looking north from Camp Carmageddon toward the San Fernando Valley about 90 minutes ago.
“This ride is welcomed by Metro’s Media Relations, and Metro’s Bike Program whose mission is to make bicycling
more viable in L. A. County. Since Metro is asking people not to drive, it is a perfect opportunity to bike instead!”
The West Valley Ride
Lead By: Jesse Fuller and Matt Weintraub
Saturday, September 29, 2012
9:30 am until 12:30 pm
Metro Orange Line Chatsworth Station
San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles, CA
Route 1 – 12.5 miles along Orange Line Bike Path (beginning-intermediate):
Route 2 – 34 miles showing off some of the new bike lanes
in the West Valley (intermediate-advanced):
We leave Chatsworth Station at 10am.
We will be visiting the Japanese Gardens at Balboa Park by 12noon
(free admission for riders I hear).
Facebook Event Page:
If there is any further information you need about the ride, please let me know.