405 Closure Information
As the countdown continues to the 405 freeway shutdown, it’s important be prepared! Dr. John M. Kennedy stopped by KCAL9 Friday to talk about how to handle stress from the freeway frenzy.
Some travelers who rely on FlyAway buses to get to and from Los Angeles International Airport can expect schedule changes and longer travel times this weekend due to the closure of the San Diego (405) Freeway through the Sepulveda Pass.
Crews are already preparing for demolition work slated to begin when the 405 Freeway shuts down at midnight Saturday.
By Darleene Powells Carmageddon is upon us! There are those stocking up on supplies in preparation for the weekend when a critical stretch of the 405 Freeway is shut down, but there are those determined […]
The airliner’s #OverThe405 program, offering $4 one-way flights between Burbank’s Bob Hope International Airport and Long Beach Airport on Saturday, July 16, sold out in just hours Wednesday.
City leaders say there will be several parking restrictions in place this weekend when the 405 Freeway shuts down for 53 hours.
Amtrak plans to offer half-price fares this weekend to passengers traveling between Union Station in downtown and Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, giving travelers another option during the upcoming closure of the San Diego (405) Freeway.
Here are some tips to help you survive the upcoming 53-hour 405 closure this weekend.
To help traffic move along surface streets during Carmageddon weekend, street parking will be banned along sections of Ventura and Sepulveda boulevards, the Los Angeles Department of Transportation announced Tuesday.
The tour — which lasts about 45 minutes — will also include other famous sites around the Southland, including Griffith Observatory, the Hollywood sign and other landmarks.
Officials are asking residents to prepare for several traffic problems when the 405 Freeway shuts down in five days.
A planned shutdown of a ten-mile stretch of the 405 Freeway next weekend might just be the reason Angelenos need to stay home as alternate routes are likely to be jammed.
Hospitals on the Westside of Los Angeles are prepared for next week’s shutdown of the San Diego (405) Freeway, officials said Friday.
For many, riding the 405 can be something like a carnival ride…up, down, curving, fast, crawls to a halt, repeat.
You may have to give up some entertainment options on the weekend of July 16 — unless, of course, you don’t a little traffic nightmare or two.