Valley Boulevard will be reduced to one westbound lane for one or two blocks at a time through February. Altadena Drive and Washington Boulevard will receive extensive maintenance in the summer.
By News Desk
The construction in San Gabriel will cover Valley Boulevard, San Gabriel Boulevard, Del Mar Avenue, Las Tunas Drive, and Mission Road. Valley Boulevard will be reduced to one westbound lane for one or two blocks at a time between South Charlotte Avenue and New Avenue for the installation of new technology, for the Adaptive Traffic Responsive Signal Control Project.
As part of the Adaptive Traffic Responsive Signal Control Project, new traffic cameras, traffic control cabinets, and network hub cabinets will be installed along major high-traffic streets in San Gabriel from January through the end of February. The project aims to establish seamless communication among traffic signals, enabling a centralized computer system to continuously monitor traffic data, reduce travel times and ease congestion across key corridors.
Valley Boulevard is estimated to be completed by the end of February. Mission Road and Las Tunas Drive will follow afterward. To view the full project map, visit San Gabriel City Public Works Map.
In Altadena, an extensive road maintenance centered at the intersection of Washington and Altadena Drive will be taking place later this year. The project will span two miles of roadway beyond the intersection. The majority of the work will be west of Altadena Drive and north of Washington Boulevard. The project is currently scheduled to begin in early June.
Los Angeles County Department of Public Works will be holding an informational meeting Thursday, January 11 at 6:30 pm. The meeting will be held at the Altadena Community Center, 730 East Altadena Drive.
Informational Meeting Thursday, January 11 6:30 pm Location Altadena Community Center 730 East Altadena Drive
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