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Full Directional Nightly Closures of I-405 FWY

Last Update: 5.25.17  |  Receive Our Emails  | See Engaging Content

 Summary

Walsh-Shea Corridor Constructors (WSCC) will implement full directional nightly closures of southbound and northbound traffic on I-405 FWY. The closures are necessary for the safe removal of the existing falsework (framing) of the future Crenshaw/LAX Transit Project bridge over La Cienega Bl and I-405 FWY. The closures are scheduled to last for two weeks in July. The first week of closures will affect northbound lanes; the second week will affect southbound lanes. The closures will be implemented one direction at a time and will be performed only at night Monday through Friday. Lane closures hours are explained below. 

Northbound Directional Closure, (July)

Monday - Thursday:
Two lane reduction 10pm - 12am.
Full lane closure 12am - 4am.
Two lanes reopened 4am - 5am.
All lanes will be opened by 5am.

Friday Night:
Two lane reduction 11pm - 2am.
Full lane closure 2am - 5am.
Two lanes reopened 5am - 7am.
All lanes will be open by 7am on Saturday. 

Detours (Map Coming Soon)
Exit La Cienega Bl/Manchester Bl Off-ramp
West (Left) on Manchester Bl
North (Right) on La Tijera Bl,
Take On-ramp to Northbound I-405 Freeway

Southbound Directional Closure, (July)

Monday - Thursday:
Two lane reduction 10pm - 12am.
Full lane closure 12am - 5am.
Two lanes reopened 5am - 6am.
All lanes will open by 6am.

Friday Night:
Two lane reduction 11pm - 1am.
Full lane closure 1am - 4am.
Two lanes reopened 4am - 7am.
All lanes will be open by 7am on Saturday.

Detours (Map Coming Soon)
Exit Florence Av/Manchester Bl Off-ramp
Proceed south on LA Cienega Bl
Take On-ramp to Southbound I-405 Freeway at Olive St.

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E-mail: crenshawcorridor@metro.net
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Project Safety

Business Interruption Fund

Metro's Business Interruption Fund (BIF) provides financial assistance to qualifying small “mom and pop” businesses directly impacted by construction; learn more by visiting metro.net/bif.  To apply, visit Metro’s program administrator, Pacific Coast Regional Small Business Development Corporation (PCR).

Metro Access

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