Update on ObamaJam Today

Yesterday, we posted about a possible upcoming ObamaJam today due to a presidential visit.  Here is an update:Not to worryDrivers were warned Sunday to expect presidential motorcades across a broad swath of the Westside during Monday afternoon's rush hour, as Barack Obama plans to cross from Westwood to the Beverly Hills area. Los Angeles police … Continue reading Update on ObamaJam Today

Permanent? No Exit?

UCLA Facilities Management is circulating the message:Traffic Notice Full Closure DescriptionThe Montana Avenue off-ramp from northbound I-405 will close permanently at 6 am on Monday, November 25th. The I-405 northbound off-ramp to Sunset Boulevard will be reopen at the same time. When: Monday, November 25th at 6 am Where: I-405 Northbound Off-ramp to Montana; I-405 … Continue reading Permanent? No Exit?

The Power of Positive Thinking on the I-405

From the Westwood-Century City Patch:Good news about traffic on Sunset Boulevard near the 405 Freeway! (Yes, you read that right -- there's good news about traffic on the Westside.) Starting tomorrow, LADOT will begin changing the signaling and striping at one of the more congested intersections in the area, allowing drivers exiting the 405 Freeway … Continue reading The Power of Positive Thinking on the I-405

More Problems for Night Owls on the 405 Near UCLA

Segment: Mulholland Area: Skirball Bridge and Full I-405 Closures On Saturday, October 26, 2013 and continuing through Monday, October 28, 2013, the contractor will be pouring the Skirball Bridge deck which requires: Full southbound I-405 closure from Valley Vista Bl to the southbound Skirball Center Dr on-ramp on Sunday, October 27, 1am to 4:30am with lanes … Continue reading More Problems for Night Owls on the 405 Near UCLA

Don’t worry about us here at UCLA! Take all the time you need!

Back in December 2011, commuters on the 405 Freeway through the Sepulveda Pass drove by an unusual sight. A retaining wall built for the new car-pool lane was collapsing, the gray concrete panels visibly buckling and falling.  Alarmed by the discovery, construction crews tore down the wall. At least 14 other walls also came down … Continue reading Don’t worry about us here at UCLA! Take all the time you need!