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.
Contractors working on this weekend’s 405 freeway closure, dubbed “Carmageddon II”, will be fined a generous fee if the job goes over schedule.
“Carmageddon II” — the sequel — is coming to one of the nation’s most crowded freeways, and authorities are hoping its subtitle won’t be “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.
The southbound 405 freeway is expected to close through the Sepulveda pass Saturday night.
Construction crews will close the northbound San Diego (405) Freeway Tuesday night through a small stretch of the Sepulveda Pass to pour concrete for part of the Sunset Boulevard bridge over the freeway.
As many as 30 cars have been affected Tuesday night by a large pothole in the San Diego (405) Freeway in the Sepulveda Pass, according to California Highway Patrol.
Would you endure multiple transfers on several bus and light rail lines in order to avoid the Sepulveda Pass?
Caltrans has shut down two major freeway ramps on the Westside in an effort to demolish and rebuild all on- and off-ramps along Wilshire Boulevard.
All lanes of the southbound San Diego (405) Freeway were scheduled to be closed overnight Wednesday between the Getty Center and Sunset Boulevard off-ramps for restriping work.