Topanga Canyon News
The project is scheduled to last until June, authorities said on Monday, and residents should expect delays and consider finding alternative routes to navigate the area.
Roughly a mile north of the Pacific Coast Highway flagging operations will begin, and street closures are subject to change.
District Deputy Director of Maintenance Dan Freeman said, “This is a necessary effort to enhance safety and reduce fire fuel levels along the highway.”
Caltrans crew will use mowers and other tools to remove brush along the highway.
“Although this is routine work, we’ll need the support of motorists and residents to ensure their safety and the safety of our employees in the work zone,” Freeman said.
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