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CalTrans to Undertake Massive Cyn. Blvd. Overhaul

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Caltrans has announced a project to repave Topanga Canyon Boulevard (State Route 27) and upgrade curb ramps, pedestrian push buttons, traffic signals and bus pads in the San Fernando Valley and through the unincorporated area of Topanga. The work zone spans more than 18 miles on State Route 27 (SR-27) from Pacific Coast Highway in Topanga to Devonshire Street in Chatsworth. 

The project will include the following:

• More than 60 lane miles of Topanga Canyon Boulevard will be repaved.

•  The project will upgrade curb ramps and crosswalks to current ADA standards. There will be enhancements to ADA elements that include 26 traffic signals, 235 repaired and replaced curb ramps, and nearly 30 pedestrian push buttons.

• Upgrade approximately 40,000 linear feet of guardrail.

• Additionally, the project will add more than 20 landscape control locations, nearly 50 transit stop improvements and two bicycle drainage gates.

 Work will occur during the daytime and nighttime and a schedule will be released at a later date. Closures are weather-permitting and subject to change. Motorists should expect delays and are advised to use alternate routes during construction hours. Additionally, motorists can view current traffic closures before they leave for their destination by visiting the Caltrans Quickmap. Residents and businesses located near the freeway are advised to anticipate noise, vibrations, and dust associated with construction activities.


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