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Your Commute: Construction Projects In Your Way

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Before there was gold, there was traffic...
Gold Line construction has made it out of the tunnel boring phase and onto the streets. Watch out on Third Street, between Herbert and Eastern avenues and on the south side of First Street, between Utah and Gless. This is the kind of traffic we like. Cheer for Gold!


For about 8 weeks in Marina Del Rey, the Culver Blvd. on-ramp to eastbound 90 will close starting next Monday. The westbound off-ramp at the same location is already closed and will be for 4 weeks. It's all part of a $17 million project to extend the Marina Freeway west beyond Culver Blvd that will modify the interchange at Culver, improve frontage roads and modify signals, increase corridor capacity and improve flow and safety.

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Over the hill and then over another hill.
Until May, if you travel between the San Fernando and Simi Valleys, the carpool lanes in both directions will be closed from Topanga Canyon Boulevard to Rocky Peak Road for the installation of a line drain. Enjoy the view while you crawl over the Santa Susana Pass!

Image of Autumn LIghts at the CalTrans Building by BitBoy via Flickr.

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