8/15/12 – Traffic lanes on the Seal Beach Boulevard bridge spanning the 405 will be reduced to one in each direction beginning at 5 a.m. on Sunday, Aug. 19. This lane configuration will remain in place for the next 11 months. A dedicated lane for emergency vehicles will be put in the center of the one northbound lane and one southbound lane on the bridge. Detailed detours for all closures and project information is available at www.octa.net/westcounty.
3/16/12– San Gabriel River bike path upgrades
planned – Done!
The San Gabriel River bike path (also known as the San Gabriel River Trail – or – SGRT) is scheduled to be resurfaced, beginning Monday.
The work is scheduled on weekdays to March 26, and will be done in three segments, starting just south of Pacific Coast Highway in Seal Beach and ending at Carson Avenue.
While crews are working on one segment, the other two segments will remain open.
The bike trail will be resurfaced with asphalt containing recycled rubber from about 6,000 old tires. Afterward, new reflective traffic striping and increased signage, including mile-markers, will be installed.