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Metro Announces 120-Day Closure Of NB I-405 Off-Ramp To Sunset Blvd.

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textalerts180 Metro Announces 120 Day Closure Of NB I 405 Off Ramp To Sunset Blvd.

WEST LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Metro announced Thursday a 120-day closure of the northbound I-405 off-ramp to Sunset Boulevard.

The closure, which is scheduled to begin Aug. 3, is a part of the I-405 Sepulveda Pass Improvements Project.

The contractor will be able to complete building an off-ramp that will be 60 percent longer than the current one during that time.

The new configuration will feature two northbound right-turn lanes to eastbound Sunset Blvd. and one northbound left-turn lane to westbound Sunset Blvd.

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“Northbound freeway motorists that normally utilize the Sunset off-ramp to access Westside destinations are encouraged to plan ahead to determine alternate routes, allow extra time to reach destinations, eliminate unnecessary trips to avoid peak congestion and/or consider ridesharing and public transit options,” Metro said in a statement.

Detours:

Westbound Sunset

  • Daytime: Northbound I-405 off-ramp to westbound Wilshire Boulevard, to northbound Sepulveda Boulevard, to eastbound Sepulveda Way, to westbound Sunset Boulevard.
  • Alternate: Moraga Drive off-ramp, to southbound Sepulveda Boulevard, right on Church Lane to Sunset Boulevard.
  • Nighttime: Northbound I-405 off-ramp to westbound Wilshire Boulevard, right on northbound San Vicente Boulevard, right onto north Barrington Avenue, left onto westbound Sunset Boulevard.

Eastbound Sunset

  • Northbound I-405 off-ramp to eastbound Wilshire Boulevard, to northbound Veteran Avenue to eastbound Sunset Boulevard.

Sunset Boulevard project improvements, including complete reconstruction and widening of the Sunset Bridge over the I-405, widening of the Church Lane undercrossing and construction of area retaining walls, are some of the project’s most significant roadway improvements.

For detour maps and additional information, click here.

The project can also be followed on Facebook and Twitter.

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