A few ramp and lane closures are taking place this week due to a Caltrans project constructing a truck lane on the southbound I-5. Here’s the news release: The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) plans to implement the closures listed below as part of a project that is constructing a [continue reading]
Here’s the notice from Caltrans: The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) has scheduled a series of 55-hour weekend lane closures on the Pomona Freeway (SR-60) between Fullerton Road and Nogales Street for pavement rehabilitation work. Although NOT a full weekend freeway closure, motorists will experience delays and are strongly advised [continue reading]
The bike path that runs to the west of the I-405, from Constitution Avenue to Waterford Street, will be closed from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. starting Thursday, August 8 through Wednesday, August 14. Closure is required to conduct slope grading between the bike path and freeway retaining wall. Cyclists [continue reading]
Northbound I-5 at SR-2 remains closed after a tanker fire this past Saturday damaged the tunnel beneath I-5. Here’s the latest from Caltrans on what’s open and what’s closed: OPEN Northbound I-5 is open at Glendale Boulevard. The northbound SR-2 connector to southbound I-5 is open. Southbound SR-2 is open through [continue reading]
Sorry to be the bearer of bad news on a rainy Friday afternoon. Here is the construction notice from the I-405 Sepulveda Pass Improvements Project: ATTENTION RESIDENTS, BUSINESS OWNERS AND COMMUTTERS IN THE VICINITY OF SEPULVEDA BL BETWEEN MONTANA AV AND CHURCH LN/OVADA PL Roadway construction and the reduction of [continue reading]
Pylons are going up and lane closures are underway in advance of the full closure of the 405 between the 10 and 101 that begins in about 90 minutes. The midnight hour is approaching, people! Many reporters are at Camp Carmageddon, just north of the Mulholland Drive Bridge.
How do they do that? is a new series for The Source that explores the technology that helps keep Metro running and passengers and other commuters moving. Some of it applies directly to the trains, buses and freeways and some of it runs in the background — invisible to nearly [continue reading]