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Milestone in Century Bridge demo reached as bridge safely collapses. Work continues. Plan for traffic. #CenturyCrunch pic.twitter.com/I6SaP1RNGP
— LAX Airport (@flyLAXairport) July 26, 2014
All is going well. As the tweet from LAX shows, the old railroad bridge over Century Boulevard has safely been collapsed as work continues this morning. The video shows the the demolition work that began early Saturday.
The photos below are from this morning. You can also watch a video live stream of the work here.
Please see this earlier post for traffic, detour and transit information for those going to or coming from Los Angeles International Airport this weekend. Long story short: avoid driving in the area, use Sepulveda Boulevard if driving, take the LAX FlyAway bus or use transit. Again, a lot of helpful info in the earlier post, which will remain at the top of the blog roll.
If headed to LAX over the weekend, check for traffic updates on the airport’s main Twitter feed with the hashtag #centurycrunch. We’ll also be updating the Source over the weekend as well as Metro’s general Twitter feed.
Categories: Crenshaw/LAX Transit Project, Projects, Service Alerts