North Santa Monica Boulevard Reconstruction Project
May 11, 2018 - May 18, 2018
(Schedule subject to changes)
Thank you for your patience!
WEEKLY UPDATE (Subject to schedule changes)
Traffic Impacts –
Lane restriction on NSMB between Western City limits and Wilshire Blvd. for the removal and replacement of the curb and gutter on the south side. One Lane EB, Two Lanes WB through May 18.
Temporary traffic control closure remains in place on the north side of North Santa Monica Blvd. from Alpine Dr. to Doheny Dr. for: SWPPP BMP's maintenance, maintenance of traffic control measures, construction of bio-swales and street light work.
The following streets are closed to thru traffic for the construction of the raised crosswalks
Alta Dr., Hillcrest Dr., Alpine Dr. (closure for approximately 6 weeks) and Elm Dr. – (closure for approximately 6 weeks)
Construction Activity -
Street light conduits, landscape, storm drain; construction of raised crosswalks at closed intersections.
Work Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-6 p.m.
If you have any questions, please call the project helpline at 424-339-9033.
The Project will reconstruct a segment (approximately 1.5 miles) of North Santa Monica Boulevard extending from Wilshire Boulevard to Doheny Drive in the City of Beverly Hills. The project will rebuild the deteriorating roadway; upgrade the storm drain system, replace curb and gutters; upgrade access ramps to American with Disability Access (ADA) standards; and install new LED street lights. Enhancements to the roadway include the installation of a bioswale on the north side, landscaping improvements, and widening the south side between Canon Drive and Wilshire Boulevard. Raised crosswalks will be installed on the north side of the boulevard at the unsignalized intersections that connect Beverly Gardens Park.
The City Council formed a 15-member Blue Ribbon Committee in 2013 to conduct public outreach and develop recommendations for the project design. The Traffic and Parking Commission developed recommendations for traffic mitigation a the request of the City Council.
Below is a video that provides a brief background of the project.