Here is the construction advisory from Metro:
Pile Installation Begins for Construction of MLK Underground Rail Station for the Crenshaw/LAX Transit Corridor Project
Metro and Walsh-Shea Constructors will on Monday, June 16, begin installing soldier piles on the east side of Crenshaw Boulevard, between Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Stocker Street. This activity is part of construction for the Crenshaw/LAX Trans Project underground MLK station.
Work is expected to last for one month and is scheduled for Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. the first week. The next three weeks it will be a 24-hour work schedule. Installation of the east side wall will take place with a new technology called cutter-soil mix (CSM).
This activity will take place behind K-rail concrete barriers but may require an occasional night-time lane closure for northbound traffic on Crenshaw Boulevard between Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Stocker Street.
WHAT: Installation of CSM wall and soldier piles
WHEN: Starting on Monday, June 16, 2014
This will be a 12-hour activity the first week and then a 24-hour activity for three weeks, weather permitting.
WHERE: Crenshaw Boulevard between Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Stocker Street.
DURATION: Approximately 1 month
What to Expect
Emergency vehicles and pedestrian access will be maintained at all times. An occasional northbound lane closure at night may be needed to complete this activity. Noise from construction work activities will be monitored.
Construction may result in changes to bus routes or stop locations. Metro will post signs at affected stops to advise patrons of alternative boarding locations. Real-time information is available at metro.net/service/advisories or 323.GOMETRO.
For more information on the Crenshaw/LAX Transit Project visit metro.net/crenshaw or email firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone (213) 922.2736 or follow the project at facebook.com/crenshawrail or twitter.com/crenshawrail.
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