The design-builder for the Purple Line Extension Project Section 2 has installed a 4-way traffic signal at the intersection of Clifton Way/Crescent Dr. The traffic signal is anticipated to begin operation by late November, pending Southern California Edison’s (SCE) availability to energize the signals. The design-builder is anticipated to begin restoration of the sidewalk, pedestrian ramps, and the landscaping on Clifton Way and Crescent Dr. on November 14, 2019. Intermittent lane closures and overnight sidewalk closures will be required during restoration.
- Sidewalk closures due to restoration of sidewalks, pedestrian ramps, and landscaping at
Clifton Way/Crescent Dr.
- Beginning November 14, 2019 for approximately 2 weeks*
- Work Hours: Monday – Friday from 7am – 4pm, Saturday – Sunday from 8am – 6pm, when necessary
- NOTE: No work will take place between Thanksgiving Day and New Year’s Day due to the City’s holiday moratorium on construction.
- Intermittent closures of traffic lanes, crosswalks, and sidewalks may be required at the intersection during work hours.
- Overnight sidewalk closures will be required for one night each sidewalk. At least one sidewalk on either side of Clifton Way will remain open for east-west pedestrian access.
- Flaggers and traffic control officers will be available within the work area to maintain pedestrian access.
*Pending City of Beverly Hills approval.
- Access to driveways, residences & businesses will be maintained at all times unless notified in advance.
- Access for pedestrians will be maintained outside of construction zones.
- Access for the Fire Department and emergency responders will be maintained.
- Parking restrictions will be implemented in the immediate area of the work zone.
- Metro 24-hour Hotline: 213.922.6934.
Metro bus stops may be impacted. For information regarding Metro Bus stops, please call 323.GoMetro or visit: https://www.metro.net/service/advisories/
- 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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