The City has just released the following information about the Lindero Canyon/101 Freeway overpass project. On the nights starting on Mon Oct 28th through Nov 7th, the 101 will be closed in both directions. Traffic will be routed off and back on the freeway. One lane will remain open in each direction on the bridge.
The first two nights will have jack hammer work that may be heard by nearby residents. (The City has no control over the timing of the closure — CalTrans determines this.)
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RECONSTRUCTION OF THE LINDERO CANYON/101 FREEWAY OVERPASS TO FORCE TEMPORARY LATE NIGHT AND EARLY MORNING CLOSURES OF FREEWAY
Reconstruction of the Lindero Canyon Road/101 freeway overpass will force several night time and early morning closures of the 101 freeway in both directions. These closures will begin at 11:00 pm on Monday, October 28 and last until 5:00 am the following morning. Closures will occur Monday through Friday for a two-week period. The final closure will take place Thursday, November 7 at 11:00 pm through Friday, November 8 at 5:00 am. Motorists will be detoured off the freeway at Lindero Canyon Road in each direction. Northbound motorists will be routed to Thousand Oaks Boulevard and will return to the 101 freeway at Westlake Boulevard. Southbound motorists will be routed to the Reyes Adobe on-ramp via Agoura Road. In addition, both the northbound and southbound on-ramp loops to the 101 freeway will be closed during these late evening and early morning construction periods (11:00 pm to 5 am). However, one lane of traffic on Lindero Canyon Road in each direction over the bridge will remain open.
On the first two successive nights and early mornings of the closure starting on October 28, construction crews will be using jackhammers to demolish portions of the overpass as part of the reconstruction project beginning around 11:30 pm. to 5:00 am. Unfortunately, noise generated by this construction activity may be heard in residential areas adjacent to the work. While the City is mindful of this temporary inconvenience, unfortunately the schedule of the work is dictated by Caltrans and the need to undertake this phase of the construction work in the late evening and early morning hours to coincide with the temporary closure of the freeway. Nonetheless, the City wishes to thank the community and effected residents in advance for their patience and understanding associated with this aspect of the project.
To sign up for email and text message updates on the Lindero Canyon/101 freeway overpass reconstruction project, please visit the City website, www.wlv.org