A portion of the San Diego (405) Freeway in the Sepulveda Pass is scheduled to be closed Saturday for ongoing construction in the area.
An ongoing improvement project along the southbound Interstate 405 is expected to close a portion of the highway through the Sepulveda Pass for several hours.
Construction will continue on I-405 after crews successfully demolished the existing part of the Mulholland Bridge during Carmageddon II.
Construction during “Carmageddon II,” the shutdown of 10 miles of the 405 Freeway through the Sepulveda Pass, finished ahead of schedule Sunday, allowing crews to reopen all lanes before midnight.
Contractors working on this weekend’s 405 freeway closure, dubbed “Carmageddon II”, will be fined a generous fee if the job goes over schedule.
Transportation officials say drivers have to stay off the roads during this weekend’s sequel to Carmageddon II to make sure it doesn’t become “The Traffic Strikes Back.”
A portion of the 405 Freeway in the Sepulveda Pass reopened ahead of schedule on Sunday after being closed for construction overnight.
A portion of the 405 Freeway through the Sepulveda Pass will be closed this weekend due to the ongoing improvement project.
The southbound 405 freeway is expected to close through the Sepulveda pass Saturday night.
Another 10-mile full closure of the San Diego (405) Freeway through the Sepulveda Pass — already being dubbed “Carmageddon II” — will take place the weekend of Sept. 29-30.
The sequel to last summer’s Carmageddon has been delayed, possibly until September.
The event that many feared would be the “Carmageddon” of epic traffic jams cruised calmly to a finish Sunday, with work on the half-century-old Mulholland Bridge completed nearly a full day ahead of schedule and officials reopening a 10-mile stretch of the busy 405 Freeway.
Crews are already preparing for demolition work slated to begin when the 405 Freeway shuts down at midnight Saturday.