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Utility Investigation at 5th St./Flower St. Intersection to 6th St.

Update

Friday, June 2: The duration of this work has been extended to November 5, 2017.

Friday, April 28: The duration of this work has been extended to May 31, 2017.

March 31, 2017: Duration of activity has been extended to April 30. An additional day shift has been added as well.

March 3, 2017: Duration of activity has been extended to March 31.

January 20, 2017: Duration of activity has been extended to February 28.

January 13, 2017: Duration of activity has been extended to January 20.

Summary

The Regional Connector Constructors (RCC) will continue utility relocation efforts along Flower St. between 5th St./Flower St. and 6th St./Flower St. intersections.

Work is anticipated to continue Monday, April 1, 2017 and continue for approximately 4 weeks.

Anticipated work hours, weather permitting:

  • Mon-Fri: 9 am to 3:30 pm 
  • Saturdays and Sundays (as needed): 8 am to 6 pm

Activities include saw cutting, grinding, pavement removal, excavation, backfill and paving.

Essentials

Crosswalks at the 5th St./Flower St. and 6th St./Flower St. intersections may be restricted during work hours.

Pedestrian access will be maintained outside of the work area. Access to businesses and driveways will be maintained

What to Expect

Traffic

Flower Street

  • Thru traffic will be maintained on southbound Flower St. with lane reductions between 5th St. and 6th St. during work hours.

Intermittent closures

5th Street

  • Lane reductions on 5th St. between Figueroa and Olive St.
  • The right turn lane from Flower St. onto westbound 5th St. will be detoured to Wilshire Blvd.

6th Street

  • Lane reductions on 6th St. between Figueroa St. and Hope St.
  • Left turns from Flower St. to 6th St.
  • Right turns from 6th St. to Flower St will be maintained.

Program Notes

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