The Golden State (5) Freeway in Santa Fe Springs will be shut down at intervals over the weekend as part of a project to add lanes to the roadway and reconfigure the Alondra Boulevard bridge.
Work is slated Monday to shore up a rocky bluff near Pacific Coast Highway that was eroded by high surf that also damaged the Malibu pier earlier this month.
Crews will begin a series of 55-hour weekend lane closures in the Cajon Pass Friday, known as the “Cajon Crawl”.
Caltrans will build a $10 million bridge spanning the 101 Freeway allowing mountain lions and other wild animals access across the busy roadway.
State transportation officials want to install toll lanes on a notoriously congested section of Interstate 405 in Orange County, but local officials aren’t happy.
CBS2 investigative reporter David Goldstein reports undercover cameras found some of these men could be scoring your taxpayer dollars during working hours, sometimes for hours at a time, in the restaurant at Caltrans headquarters in downtown Los Angeles.
Three separate construction projects on the Golden State (5) Freeway are expected to cause delays starting Monday night.
CBS2’s Stephanie Simmons takes a look at some of the most disparaged transitions in the city, including the connector road that keeps eastbound drivers on the I-210 Foothill freeway when passing the 134 freeway.
Caltrans and the Department of Transportation are launching a new project designed to ease congestion on the 210 Freeway through Pasadena.
As CBS2’s Stephanie Simmons notes, the benefits of the sweeper trains greatly outweigh the hindrances, even though many sweeps take place during busy commuting hours.
While Los Angeles postcards show beaches, delightful weather and celebrity hot spots, the other, disparaging end of the spectrum recognizes LA for one drawback — traffic.
Caltrans will shut down the 215 Freeway in Grand Terrace next week in order to move a massive bridge.
The state agency most responsible for making sure we are not “Driven to Gridlock” is Caltrans.
The road is shut until Caltrans crews can clear the slide.
LA’s freeways don’t seem to be less packed from day to day, but a study has found that more Californians are actually choosing to walk, bike or take public transportation.