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District 7 Projects
Pavement and Slab Replacement Project on the Foothill Freeway (I-210)
Los Angeles - The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) will make the following improvements along I-210 starting at the Dunsmore Avenue undercrossing in La Crescenta-Monstrose to North Los Robles Avenue in Pasadena:
· Upgrade pavement, lighting and electrical systems for the I-210/SR-134 tunnels
· Resurface and replace distressed slabs for 16 structures.
· Reconstruct curbs to meet the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990.
· Install loop detectors.
· Re-stripe traffic and pavement makers using thermoplastic paint.
This project will improve overall traffic operations, provide a smoother and quieter drive for motorists and extend the life of the pavement thereby minimizing maintenance-related closures. Upgrading the curbs to meet ADA requirements will improve efficiency and pedestrian accessibility. These improvements will enhance safety and meet current Caltrans standards.
The project will start mid-spring and continue through 2017. The work will include both day and night time operations. Closures will include multiple lane and ramps daily. Accessibility for motorists will be maintained at all times.
The contractor for this $130 M project is Flatiron of Santa Fe Springs, California. Local businesses, motorists and residents may experience traffic delays, noise and vibrations from construction activities. Caltrans appreciates your patience while we work to improve Interstate 210. For additional information contact Jackie Beaver at (213) 897-7602 or Jacqueline.beaver@dot,ca,gov