The design-build contractor for the Purple Line Extension Project Section 2 will begin sewer and water line replacement and relocation on May 13, 2019 on Wilshire Blvd. between Beverly Dr. and Crescent Dr. This work is anticipated to last about five months. Intermittent lane closures and turn restrictions will be required in the work area.
During daytime work hours, two lanes of travel in each direction will be maintained on Wilshire Blvd. The street may be reduced to one lane in each direction during overnight hours.
While utility service interruptions may not be required, the contractor and the City of Beverly Hills will notify affected businesses and residents at least 30 days in advance if necessary.
- Sewer and water line replacement and relocation on Wilshire Blvd. between Beverly Dr. and
- Lane reductions and turn restrictions will be in place during work hours.
- Beginning May 13, 2019, for about five months*
- Monday–Friday, 9am–4pm and 8pm–7am
- Weekends: 10 am–6 pm (as needed)
- No work will take place on City holidays
- Two lanes of traffic will be maintained in each direction for day work.
- One lane of traffic will be maintained in each direction for night work.
- Turn restrictions may be in place during work hours.
Metro bus stops may be relocated or lines will be impacted. For information changes to Metro service, please call 323.GoMetro or visit: https://www.metro.net/service/advisories/
- All work has received necessary permits and approvals.
- Access for pedestrians will be maintained outside of the construction zone.
- Access for emergency responders will be maintained.
- Construction is a dynamic process and information is subject to change without notice.
- 24/7 Hotline: 213.922.6934
- Please review our construction safety tips
- Access for emergency responders will be maintained
- Construction is a dynamic process and information is subject to change without notice
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