The CenturyCrush is proceeding nicely. Most of the mid span has been taken down. Hopefully they're ahead of schedule pic.twitter.com/zRFQw9474t
— Kevin Takumi (@KevinTakumi) July 26, 2014
Demolition work overnight went according to plan and traffic to and from the airport is flowing well. The intersection of Aviation and Century boulevards remains closed and is scheduled to reopen by 6 a.m. Monday.
Work today will include demolition of the bridge’s abutment walls, removal of the final rubble from the bridge demolition, picking up steel plates, installing K-rails and re-striping the roadway.
By all accounts, people heeded the warning about the closure on Saturday and traffic moved well for most of the day. Everyone would like to see a repeat of that today. 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 this earlier post about getting to and from LAX this weekend.
If headed to LAX, 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.
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