What are the intersection improvements that are occurring in conjunction with the Sixth Street Viaduct Replacement Project?


The intersection improvements are a permanent investment in increased multi-modal mobility for the area and are part of the City of Los Angeles’ commitment to reduce traffic. There will be 12 offsite intersection improvements that will accommodate and alleviate traffic loads once the viaduct is closed and detour routes are in use. The project will add permanent traffic signals, left turn phasing, roadway striping, and signage along the detour routes to help move vehicle traffic in the project area. In addition, the project will install new audible pedestrian signals, sidewalk improvements, street lighting, crosswalk striping, and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)-compliant ramps to assist pedestrian mobility and safety.

A map of the intersection improvements can be viewed here:

Intersection improvements map