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Traffic Around Beverly Center to be a Headache for 6 Weeks

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Emergency sewer repairs under the intersection of Third Street and San Vicente Boulevard will make daytime traffic near the Beverly Center a bit of a headache for the next six weeks. Lanes will be narrowed and left turns will be banned during the 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. construction hours, according to the Beverly Hills Courier. During off-hours, street traffic should be back to normal.

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