Southern California 511 has launched a new feature to keep drivers up to date during the planned Century Crunch closure scheduled July 25 to 28.
Century Crunch will see Century Boulevard, one of the main access roads to the airport, closed to traffic at the Aviation Boulevard intersection beginning 9 p.m. Friday, July 25, through 6 a.m. Monday, July 28. The old Century Boulevard Bridge needs to be demolished to allow for the future construction of a new Crenshaw/LAX Line light rail station.
To access the real-time traffic information, call 511 and say “Century Crunch” after the automated greeting. You will get info on the intersection closure and learn recommended detour routes. Or say “traffic” to receive frequently updated traffic information on nearby roadways that feed into the LAX area.
Updates will include freeway traffic drive times, freeway speeds and SigAlerts. For real-time traffic maps and public transportation travel alternatives, visit the website Go511.com or use the Go511 app available in iTunes and Google Play app stores.
Motorists are advised to call or use the mobile app before starting their trip. Please do not use your phones while driving.
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