A construction project that has caused traffic impacts throughout the month is coming to an end.
The Crenshaw Rehabilitation Project is in its final paving and grinding phase. Crews will perform work on Crenshaw Boulevard from Rolling Hills Road to Pacific Coast Highway. There will also be asphalt and grinding and paving operations on a side street intersections north of 238th Street.
As part of the project, crews today also were busy removing five trees on the median from PCH to the south city limits. The roots of these trees need to be cut because they’re leaning and are affecting the current curb. Ten new trees will be planted in the median island.
As far as road impacts for this week, you can expect traffic northbound on Crenshaw Boulevard as it will be reduced to one lane for 24 hours from Rolling Hills Road to Pacific Coast Highway. South of PCH, one lane southbound adjacent to the median will be closed for the rest of the week between 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.