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Street Closure of 59th St at Crenshaw Bl


As part of the Crenshaw/LAX Transit Project, Metro’s contractor, Walsh-Shea Corridor Constructors (WSCC), will continue working on civil improvements in Park Mesa. The civil work includes curb and gutter reconstruction, ADA ramps, street lighting, traffic signals, driveway, and sidewalk reconstruction. The work will continue to be conducted in segments and phases.

This next sequence of work will require a four-week full closure of 59th Street, west of Crenshaw Bl, while WSCC works on the southwest corner of the intersection. The eastbound/westbound closure on 59th St west of Crenshaw Bl will be implemented on Monday, September 25, 2017, from 9am to 3pm. Following the closures, the road will be reopened to pedestrians, vehicular traffic, and parking after work is completed.


WHAT: Street closure and civil improvements
WHEN: Monday, September 25, 2017, through October 20, 2017, from 9am
to 3pm, Monday through Friday, weather permitting.
WHERE: Southwest corner of Crenshaw Bl and 59th St
DURATION: Four weeks


- Eastbound and westbound street closure on 59th St, west of Crenshaw Bl.
- Southwest sidewalk closure. Pedestrians will be guided through an area outside of the construction zone.
- One southbound lane closure on Crenshaw Bl at 59th St.
- Access to all residences of 59th St will be maintained via Brynhust Av.


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