As part of Cal Water's ongoing Palos Verdes Peninsula Water Reliability Project, as early as Wednesday, December 4, traffic control will remain in place 24/7 on the portion of Crenshaw Boulevard between Indian Peak Road to south of Chadwick Lane to allow crews to work more efficiently. We expect this change to result in significant time savings for construction on Crenshaw Boulevard.
There will be 24/7 traffic control on Crenshaw Boulevard within Rancho Palos Verdes.
- Boundaries: Indian Peak Road to City Limits
- Traffic control: Single lane of northbound and southbound traffic with traffic control in place at all times. Permanent (glued down) construction delineators and dual yellow striping will be on the northbound lanes of Crenshaw Boulevard to indicate the new flow of traffic. The southbound lanes will be closed to traffic.
- Work hours: Monday to Friday, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. with intermittent Saturday work
We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience caused by ongoing construction. We’re working hard to improve construction-related traffic on Crenshaw and Hawthorne boulevards as quickly and effectively as possible, including the following measures:
- For overall safety, flaggers will be stationed at intersections impacted by the work to facilitate traffic movement. Flaggers will be stationed to flag traffic during the morning, and evening peak hours, and any time they observe back-ups.
- As of Friday, November 22, the City of Rancho Palos Verdes has adjusted the timing of signal lights at the intersections of Hawthorne Boulevard and Indian Peak Road, as well as Hawthorne Boulevard and Highridge Road. The City of Rolling Hills Estates has informed us that they will make necessary adjustments to the traffic signal light at Hawthorne Boulevard and Silver Spur Road.
As a reminder, please slow down when driving in construction work zones and obey all traffic control personnel and signage for the safety of residents and crews. Please note that all timing is estimated and may change based on unforeseeable field circumstances.
For more details and project updates, visit bit.ly/2MhdwR5.
If you have questions, please visit pvpwaterproject.com/contact_us, call 310-257-1400 (mention the PVP Water Reliability Project) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your patience!