MALIBU (CBSLA.com) — Repairs will begin Monday along the Pacific Coast Highway after recent high surf eroded a stretch of rocky bluffs and damaged the Malibu pier.
One eastbound lane of the PCH will be closed from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. between Big Rock Drive and Topanga Creek, according to Caltrans.READ MORE: Fans React To Kobe Bryant's Posthumous Induction Into The Hall Of Fame
Temporary K-rail concrete barriers along the highway will be re-positioned to prevent them from falling into the ocean after a recent hurricane caused erosion at La Tuna Beach County Park. The damage was made to the only large parking and public access point along the ocean in eastern Malibu.READ MORE: Arson Suspected In 750-Acre Pacific Palisades Brush Fire; Mandatory Evacuations Ordered
Commuters were also warned a heavily used ramp that connects the PCH to Santa Monica will be closed for one month starting Monday as city officials begins major repairs on Moomat Ahiko Street.MORE NEWS: Demonstrators Protesting Conflict Between Israel And Palestine March In Westwood
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