From Thursday, Sept. 20 through Friday, Sept. 28 avoiding Venice and Robertson will be a good idea. Underground utilities will be checked, and traffic will be affected. Work activity will typically take 2 days, and work hours are posted as 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Mon. through Fri.
Underground utility investigations are necessary to locate existing underground utilities. The work will consist of drilling holes into the pavement to verify the depth of the utilities. Upon completion of the work, the street will be restored. The noise generated by these activities will be comparable to that of a garbage truck and is not continuous.
Eastbound and westbound left turn pockets on Venice Boulevard between Robertson Boulevard and Ellis Avenue
Westbound far left through lane on Venice Boulevard between Robertson Boulevard and Ellis Avenue
Westbound far right through lane on Venice Boulevard between Culver Boulevard and Ivy Street
Westbound parking lane on Venice Boulevard between Ivy Street and Robertson Boulevard
Northbound Robertson Boulevard, north and south of the intersection of Venice Boulevard
Turn pockets on Venice Boulevard will be reduced to one lane and the far left through lane on east and westbound Venice Boulevard will be closed intermittently.
Northbound traffic on Robertson Boulevard will be reduced to one lane, just north and south of the intersection with Venice Blvd.
Parking on westbound Venice Boulevard between Ivy Street and Robertson Boulevard will not be allowed only when potholing activities are taking place.
Pedestrian access will be maintained.
Electronic message boards and directional signage will be used to safely direct drivers and pedestrians around the construction zones.
Local access to all businesses will be maintained.
Parking and “No Stopping Anytime” restrictions will be strictly enforced at all times.
Please do not enter the construction work zone and obey all posted construction signs.
(Construction schedules are subject to change for various reasons including but not limited to: weather conditions, unforeseen emergencies and other acts of nature.)