Live Traffic Information

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Main and Spring Forward, Downtown LA
Intermittent street work through Spring 2018
 

Construction of the Main and Spring Forward project has begun.  Partial closures are expected through Spring 2018
 
The Department of Transportation has begun work on the Main and Spring Forward project, which will improve traffic safety on Main and Spring Streets. Improvements include better crossings for people walking, protected bicycle lanes, improved bus-bicycle traffic flow, maximized parking and loading zones, and improved bus efficiency.  
In partnership with Councilmember Jose Huizar and his DTLA Forward Initiative, this is a priority project under the City's Vision Zero Initiative. When completed, the project will better configure the streets while improving the safety and comfort of the street for all. 

LADOT crews will begin work along Spring Street from 1st to 8th Streets. In order to minimize impact, the work has been broken down into phases. During this time, please expect closures and parking restrictions from 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM where crews are working. Location of work is subject to change.


The week of April 23: crews will be focused on Spring Street around the intersection of 3rd Street. 

  • Construction activities during this week will restrict on-street parking on the east side of Spring Street north of the intersection from 9:00AM-3:00PM. Traffic lanes may be adjusted during work hours on the east side of Spring Street north of the intersection. No impacts are anticipated to sidewalk or business storefront access.

If you have any questions, please contact LADOT Construction Management at (213) 431-2223.
  
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Vision Zero is the city’s goal to reduce traffic deaths to zero. For more information, please visit: visionzero.lacity.org. LADOT leads transportation planning, project delivery, and operations in the City of Los Angeles. LADOT works together and partners to deliver a safe, livable, and well-run transportation system for the city and region. For more information, visit ladot.lacity.org.
 
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