Street Resurfacing on Laurel Canyon Ends on Saturday

Paul Krekorian's office offers this update on the project.

The resurfacing project is on schedule and continues to be scheduled for completion by Saturday (Nov.10).

Crews are slated to pour asphalt on Laurel Canyon, between Moorpark and Ventura boulevards, today and Friday and drivers should continue to use either Whitsett Avenue or Colfax Avenue instead of Laurel Canyon. Traffic officers will continue to be present during rush hour to ensure the smoothest flow of traffic possible. As always, please let us know if there are issues.

Crews from the Bureau of Street Services have started a two-week job (Monday, Oct. 29 through Saturday, Nov. 10) to make one of the Valley’s main stretches smoother for cars and bikes. Crews will resurface Laurel Canyon Boulevard, from Magnolia Boulevard to Ventura Boulevard, on a project slated to last until Nov. 10.

The streets are scheduled for work each day from about 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.; no work will be performed on Sunday, though crews will be out there Saturday, Nov. 3 and Nov. 10.

Please be advised that southbound traffic will be restricted to two lanes while one lane will be available for northbound traffic during rush hour. After peak hours, traffic will be restricted to one lane in each direction.

Please check this map CLICK HERE for alternate routes, which include Whitsett Avenue or Colfax Avenue, and click here if you have questions at the council member's office: http://cd2news.tumblr.com/ask

Skraeling November 09, 2012 at 07:11 PM
Tht part of Laurel Cyn was not in need of resurfacing..but, I guess, it is the visibility that counts. Now, if only the city could clean up the mess in the streets, particularly along Kling St. between Radford and Laure...a blight resembling the worlst slums of Pakistan, and the filth dropped by Sec 8 housing residents and homeless on Moorpark frp, Bloomfield to Vineland...what was once a nice area has been decaying quickly since Wendy Gruel was elected to the Council and moved on, leaving the slums she helped create behind.


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