LOS ANGELES (CBS) — Metropolitan Transportation Authority officials will turn to the Internet Wednesday to provide motorists with information on how to cope with the impending 53-hour closure of the San Diego Freeway through the Sepulveda Pass.

The transit agency will host a one-hour web chat at www.metro.net between noon and 1 p.m. to answer questions about the closure, which is expected to cause traffic nightmares the weekend of July 15th through the 18th.

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Comments (3)
  1. adolfo says:

    Stupid people act like its the end of the world. Go around! This is for your benefit. Stay home a couple days, it won’t kill you! Geesh!

    1. ArmyStud says:

      I Soo Agree

  2. Kevin says:

    heck yeah gonna stay away. heard that they have this plan down to the 15 minute mark. Heck thoses clowns at MTA cant plan their lunch breaks down to the 15 minute mard. Good Luck to all the people that are gonna be using the freeway monday morning. they are gonna only at 61 extra buses to help with traffic Ha Ha Ha. Question: how do we get to Airport with all of our Luggage and Family. Answer: Take our Metro Blue LIne and transfer to our Metro Green Line. Yeah right trains stop for less than 30 seconds to be on time and I have luggage for 4 people and to little children. Smart Answer Metro

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