Crenshaw/LAX Line Project Director Charles Beauvoir takes us through the bridge demolition process and talks about the impact the Crenshaw/LAX Line could have on airport congestion once it’s complete. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6DMDMjlX150]
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 Good morning! Demolition work overnight went according to plan and traffic to and from the airport is flowing well. The intersection of Aviation [continue reading]
Attention LAX passengers: Aviation/Century intersection to be closed July 25-28 — allow extra time driving to airport!
A media event was held this morning. In the meantime, above are the important visuals, including a map of the impacted area, the detour map and a rendering of the Aviation/Century station that will be shared by the Crenshaw/LAX Line and the Green Line. The bridge needs to be demolished [continue reading]
Detour map for closure of Aviation and Century boulevards July 25-28 for Crenshaw/LAX Line bridge demolition
As we posted recently, the old railroad bridge over Century Boulevard needs to be demolished to make way for the Crenshaw/LAX Line and the Aviation/Century station. That means there will be a 57-hour closure of the intersection of Aviation and Century from the evening of July 25 through early morning [continue reading]