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Expect Traffic Delays in Old Town Pasadena for the Next Two Months

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Major construction is starting in Old Town Pasadena Monday, which will result in more traffic there for the next two months.

A sewer pipe is being replaced on Green Street, which will result in construction work on Green from Delacey Avenue to Fair Oaks Avenue, and on Fair Oaks from Union to Green Streets, according to the Pasadena Police Department. Other construction will take place on the streets at the same time, including making curb ramps and crosswalks safer, City News Service reports.

Construction ends May 15. Luckily, the Gold Line can still take you to all those happy hours.

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