Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Updated Wilshire Bl Nightly Closure Schedule- From Sepulveda Bl to Veteran Av



Hello Commuters, Residents, and Business Owners;

Please be advised that the schedule originally announced for the Wilshire Blvd nightly closures has been revised due to the fatality our project suffered last Thursday.

The Wilshire Blvd nightly closures are now scheduled to begin on Tuesday, October 16, 2012, from to 10pm to 6am, from Sepulveda Blvd to Veteran Ave and are expected to continue until Saturday, October 20, 2012. The nightly closures are necessary for falsework construction of the EB Wilshire on-ramp to NB 405.

For more detailed information, please see the attached Construction Notice, also shown below. Thank you.


ATTENTION RESIDENTS, BUSINESS OWNERS AND TRAVELING PUBLIC IN THE VICINITY OF WILSHIRE BL BEWTEEN SEPULVEDA BL AND VETERAN AV
                                                       
Wilshire Bl will be fully closed beginning Tuesday, October 16, 2012, 10pm to 6am, from Sepulveda Bl to Veteran Av. These nightly closures are expected to continue until Saturday, October 20, 2012. These nightly closures are necessary to construct falsework for the EB Wilshire NB 405 on-ramp.

What:             Full closure for on-ramp falsework construction.


Where:           Wilshire Bl between Sepulveda Bl and Veteran Av.

What to expect:
·        Detour will be Veteran Av to Santa Monica Bl to San Vicente Bl and vice versa.
·        For daily closure information, please visit metro.net/405

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