Los Angeles transportation officials are alerting I-405 and regional freeway motorists of an 80-hour northbound I-405 freeway closure operation in the Sepulveda Pass this Presidents' Day weekend, Feb. 14 to 18.
The closure consists of a partial daytime lane reduction and a full nighttime closure of the freeway’s northbound lanes between Getty Center Drive and Ventura Boulevard. Approximately 5.6 miles long, the closure will affect two-thirds of the length of the entire I-405 Sepulveda Pass Improvements Project.
During daytime hours, two northbound lanes will remain open while three lanes will be closed. During nighttime hours, all five northbound freeway lanes will be closed. While the southbound lanes will remain open during daytime hours of the closure, normal closures may occur during nighttime hours.
While Sepulveda Boulevard will remain at full capacity during the closure, the street does not have the capacity to move all the traffic diverted from the northbound lane closures.
To stay informed and avoid multi-hour delays, see this Metro bulletin.