The northbound I-405 Freeway will reduce lanes from five to two between the Montana Avenue and Getty Center Drive off-ramps for 55 hours beginning March 1 due to the Sepulveda Pass Improvement Project.
The southbound I-405 will be open and northbound Sepulveda Boulevard will remain fully operational with two lanes throughout the lane reduction period.
The three closed lanes and their respective on-ramps will be closed to “enable the contractor to shift k-rails, grind existing pavement, place and compact new pavement, and stripe new pavement in the freeway’s center lanes,” according to a press release from Metro.
All northbound freeway lanes and ramps will reopen to the public by 5 a.m. on Monday, March 4.
Westbound Wilshire Boulevard to northbound Sepulveda will be used as an alternative route for those who wish to bypass the lane reduction area.
For more information, visit metro.net/405.