If you have to drive on Sepulveda near UCLA, all we can say is…

Motorists navigating through Sepulveda Pass will have even less room to maneuver this week, as Sepulveda Boulevard is severely crimped next to the San Diego (405) Freeway.  Contractors working on the more than $1 billion freeway reconstruction and widening effort need to regrade Sepulveda Boulevard between Montana Avenue and Church Lane, the stretch of road generally north of the Veterans’ Cemetery and below the Sunset Boulevard overpass…  Beginning at 9 a.m. Monday and lasting for seven days, Sepulveda Boulevard will lose half its capacity as workers limit it to just one lane in each direction.  And even those remaining two lanes of Sepulveda Boulevard will be closed to all traffic between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m., starting Monday night. The adjacent 405 freeway lanes are the nearest detour.
“Head for the 405, or head for the hills,” joked Metro spokesperson Kim Upton…

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