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March 5, 2013
 

West Orange County Connectors Project construction update 5 March 2013

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The following information was released by Orange County Transportation Authority.

Crews are preparing to pour the bridge deck on the new southbound I-405 connector to the eastbound SR-22 freeway. This concrete pour will take place at night and will be completed in two stages.

Nighttime concrete barrier removal along the southbound I-405 freeway near the I-605 freeway is ongoing. This work will continue intermittently over the next few weeks. Please be advised, this work may be loud and disruptive due to equipment noise, backup alarms and removal activity.

Electrical work is being conducted at night as crews prepare to reinstall light poles in the center median of the I-405 freeway, between Seal Beach Boulevard and Valley View Street. This work will be ongoing for approximately two to three weeks.

Beginning the week of March 11 crews will shift traffic on the southbound
I-605 to the outside lanes of the freeway, in order to begin construction activities in the center median.

Pile driving activity at the Seal Beach Boulevard bridge are ongoing and will continue intermittently over the next several weeks. This work is conducted between 7 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., weather permitting.

Nightly closures

Nightly closures are now plotted on a Google map that includes specific closure times as well as recommended detours. Closures are updated in real time on the project website, www.octa.net/WCCclosures.


View WCC Nightly Closures updated continually in a larger map

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