Overnight Closures of 101 Freeway Planned as Sixth Street Viaduct Falsework Goes Up Over Freeway
Northbound Full Closure; Partial Southbound Closure
Starts 11:00 p.m. Monday, February 26th
As part of the on-going construction of the $482 million Sixth Street Viaduct Replacement Project, the Bureau of Engineering and its construction partners, Skanska-Stacy & Witbeck (SSW), will require overnight closures of the 101 Freeway to install falsework over the freeway.
Nightly closures will last six hours and start Monday February 26, 2018 through Friday March 2, 2018 (ending Saturday morning). Falsework provides a temporary structural support for the bridge while it is being constructed.
101 Freeway between N5 and N101 Connector and E60 & N101 Connector to 1st Street, eastside of LA River in Boyle Heights.
Monday February 26 through Thursday March 1, 2018
All NB lanes of 101 Freeway closed, and two SB lanes closed, 11 p.m. to 5 a.m.
Friday March 2, 2018
All NB lanes of 101 Freeway closed, and two SB lanes closed, from 12 midnight to 6 a.m. Saturday
N5, E60 to N101 will all be detoured to N5 > 4th St. > Boyle Ave. > 1st St. > N101
Southbound Detour Option (one lane remains open):
S101 > E10 > S710
The Sixth Street Viaduct Replacement Project is the City’s on-going $482 million bridge replacement project, led by the Bureau of Engineering, with funding from the Federal Highway Administration, State, and City. For more information about the project, please go to www.sixthstreetviaduct.org.
Mary Nemick, Director of Communications, Bureau of Engineering –
213-485-5085 and email@example.com
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