Crews wrapped up an 80-hour closure of the northbound 405 Freeway through the Sepulveda Pass Tuesday morning.
Crews Monday night were wrapping up the construction work, dubbed “Jamzilla,” that’s partially shut down the northbound 405 Freeway.
Many drivers were heeding warnings to steer clear of the Sepulveda Pass this Presidents Day weekend.
Ramp and lane closures expected to last until early Tuesday began late Friday night on Interstate 405 as the Los Angeles region undergoes another major freeway shutdown with a frightening nickname.
If you’re planning on driving near downtown Los Angeles this weekend, you may have to contend with more than just “Jamzilla”.
The major 80-hour shutdown, dubbed “Jamzilla,” of the San Diego (405) Freeway through the Sepulveda Pass, will begin Friday night.
Metro officials reminded Southern California residents Tuesday of a 405 Freeway closure in the Sepulveda Pass, dubbed “Jamzilla,” set to take effect this week.
Officials are advising Southern Californians to prepare for an 80-hour partial closure next week of the northbound the 405 Freeway.
The Southland is less than a month away from “Jamzilla,” when a big 405 Freeway shutdown in the Sepulveda Pass will impact millions of commuters.
A planned 80-hour closure of the northbound I-405 in the Sepulveda Pass over President’s Day weekend is being dubbed “Jamzilla”, Metro announced Tuesday.