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Coming Out Of Carmageddon: 405 Freeway Ramp Reopening Schedule

Construction workers take down the Mulholland Drive bridge over Interstate 405 in Los Angeles, Saturday, July 16, 2011. Traffic in the Los Angeles area is so far moving smoothly, several hours after authorities shut down a 10-mile (16-kilometer) stretch of one of the busiest U.S. freeways for a massive 53-hour construction project. (AP Photo/Los Angeles Times, Irfan Khan)
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Remember a few minutes ago when Carmageddon officially ended? Wasn't that great?! Here's the re-opening sequence: The Northbound and Southbound lanes will open first, followed by the onramps.

The 405 Northbound on ramps will open in this order: Cotner, Santa Monica, Wilshire, Sunset, Moraga, Getty Center, according to LAPD. The Southbound ramps will open in this order: Ventura, Valley Vista, Skirball. Southbound openings will occur at same time as Northbound openings.

We Survived! Carmageddon Is Over! 405 Freeway To Open Today

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