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Northbound 405 Freeway Will Be Shut Down Overnight Tonight And Monday

405 freeway (Photo by morgan.arnold via the LAist Featured Photos pool)
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Northbound traffic on the 405 Freeway is going to be blocked at the 10 Freeway interchange two nights in a row while Metro does repaving and restriping work.

The shutdowns Sunday and Monday will start at midnight and reopen at 5 am, according to City News Service. Northbound traffic on the 405 freeway will be diverted onto the 10 freeway both east and west. Northbound traffic can get on the 405 freeway at Santa Monica Boulevard or any of the on-ramps north of that (including Wilshire and Sunset boulevards).

If you want to head north from the 405 freeway during that time, Metro recommends you head westbound on the 10 to the northbound Bundy Avenue and take that to the Santa Monica Boulevard on-ramp. If you're coming from the 10 east, Metro recommends you take Overland to National and head north on Sepulveda to the Santa Monica Boulevard on-ramp.

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