Parking Structure #5 Tenant Improvement Project

For the week of December 3rd, construction will take place in Parking Structure #5 at 1440 4th street and anticipates affecting the sidewalk in front of the building with the sidewalk pedestrian tunnel, lasting until 12/31/18 During this time, there may be intermittent closures of a single lane of south-bound traffic between 8:00 am and 3:00 pm Monday thru Friday. Should you have any questions, please contact Tim Purcell, Project Manager (310) 458-2205 ext. 5027

 

Parking Structure Repair Project

No work planned for the week of December 3. Please contact Robert Zak, Project Manager at (310) 458-2283 with any questions/concerns regarding this project.

 

EPA Grant Funded Water Infrastructure Reliability Improvement Project  

For the week of December 3, the contractor will continue installation of new water main on Grant Street between 6th Street and Lincoln Blvd. and begin potholing for utilities and installing new water main on Ocean Ave between Pico Blvd and Bay Street. Traffic will be reduced to one lane on Ocean Park Blvd. and closed to thru traffic on Grant Street. Please use alternate routes whenever possible.

 

LA Metro Public Art Project – “Tears Of Santa Monica”

For the week of December 3, construction may take place at the westerly wall of the Expo light rail station at 4th and Colorado. The project will run from Summer until the early part of Fall. Intermittent easterly sidewalk and northbound 4th Street lane closures will take place. For any questions or further information, please contact Henry Servín, at (310) 458-8291 or Leticia Ivins at LA Metro at IvinsL@metro.net and at (213) 922-6000, x2721 with any questions/concerns regarding this project.

 

Bike Network Linkages Project  

For the week of December 3, work is scheduled to be taking place at various locations within the city. The project consists of applying new green paint to bicycle lanes, bike rack installation, and intersection work that requires lane closures. Please contact Jason Hoang, Project Manager at (310) 458-8721 with any questions/concerns regarding this project.

 

Advanced Traffic Management System, Phase 5 Project   

For the week of December 3, construction begins on the Advanced Traffic Management System, Phase 5 Project.  This project will upgrade the traffic signal equipment at four locations and install fiber optic cables along Montana Ave and 26th St.  The project will provide transit priority along the corridor, allow for real-time remote monitoring and management of the traffic signals, provide public Wi-Fi along the corridor, and connect the San Vicente Reservoir and the Montana Avenue Branch Library to the City’s network.  We appreciate your patience during the project, to provide this safety improvement and public enhancements. Please contact Andrew Maximous, Project Manager at (310) 458-8291 with any questions/concerns regarding this project.

 

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