ARLETA (CBS) — A Caltrans project caused major delays on Interstate 5 from Santa Clarita to Burbank early Tuesday morning.

Five right lanes were closed for several hours, as well as the connector to the southbound 170 Freeway. Motorists were being detoured to surface streets in Arleta.

Work on the project, which was expected to be completed for the day before rush-hour traffic, wrapped up just before 7:30 a.m.

All southbound lanes were reopened, but delays were expected throughout the morning.

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Comments (3)
  1. jip says:

    Caltrains are about the most incompetent people in California. If people knew how they were run internally and the poor level of management, they would be outraged.

  2. HollywoodSaint says:

    I love it that our freeways and roads are being maintained. Im a truck driver and welcome the repairs. It makes it safe for everyone so I dont have to run all of yous over

  3. jjc says:

    this is bull what a waist people were late all over in a time when having a job really means one is lucky to have one.

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