A portion of the San Diego (405) Freeway in the Sepulveda Pass is scheduled to be closed Saturday for ongoing construction in the area.
The 120-day closure, which began Friday night with the demolition of the ramp, is part of the I-405 Sepulveda Pass Improvements Project.
The $1 billion Sepulveda Pass Improvements Project, originally slated for completion in the spring of 2013, will now be finished in June of next year with an estimated total price tag of $1.1 billion, the report claims.
The completion date of the massive project to widen the 405 Freeway has now been extended into 2014, according to Metro.
Scheduling conflicts turned what was supposed to be a debate between LA mayoral candidates Wendy Greuel and Eric Garcetti into separate interviews that touched on the topic of a tunnel under the Sepulveda pass.
The southbound 405 Freeway shut down through the Sepulveda Pass Monday night as crews worked to build the second half of the Mulholland Drive bridge.
A portion of the northbound 405 Freeway through the Sepulveda Pass is expected to close for several hours this weekend.
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.
Three men were arrested Tuesday afternoon following a pursuit and a foot chase in the brush along the Sepulveda Pass.
It’s not quite Carmageddon, but delays are expected as a 2.4-mile stretch of the northbound Interstate 405 through the Sepulveda Pass is shut down in phases for a weekend construction project.
When it comes to relieving traffic along one of the nation’s busiest stretches of freeway, the Metropolitan Transit Authority appears ready to consider all possibilities.
A local group is urging Metro officials to hurry up and finish work to widen the 405 freeway.
About 300 local businesses partnered with Metro to offer residents special discounts during the weekend’s “Carmageddon II.”
As final preparations take place for this weekend’s Carmageddon II, opinions differ on whether the 405 reconstruction project in the Sepulveda Pass will even make much of a difference to the average commuter.
The California Highway Patrol said there will be zero tolerance for locals who try to fool around on the 405 freeway in the Sepulveda Pass during this weekend’s 53-hour closure.