MALIBU—The city of Malibu announced on its website that a new traffic signal is being installed at Webb Way and Civic Center Way as part of several projects to improve traffic safety and mobility in the Civic Center region. Ongoing work crew and vehicle activity will take place around the Civic Center and might impact traffic flow.

There will be intermittent lane closures at the intersection with flaggers directing traffic November 5 through Friday, November 9 from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Flaggers will provide traffic control when lane closures are required. Motorists are expected to proceed with caution through the work zones.

Traffic mitigations were mandated for commercial developments in the Civic Center area. Construction was completed in October 2018. All traffic signals will be synchronized to help improve traffic flow.

-PCH/Webb Way – Improvements include the addition of a second left-turn lane for eastbound Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) onto Webb Way and new traffic signals.

-Webb Way/Civic Center Way – Safety enhancements already completed include the installation of an additional northbound left turn lane from Webb Way onto Civic Center Way and a new sidewalk on the west side of Webb Way from Civic Center Way to PCH. A traffic signal will be installed at the intersection of Civic Center Way and Webb Way/Stuart Ranch Road that will be synchronized with the PCH/Webb Way signals to improve traffic flow.

-PCH/Cross Creek – New traffic signal poles and a new, dedicated right-turn lane for westbound PCH onto Cross Creek Road have been completed.

The Civic Center Way project is expected to commence in January 2019 from Malibu Canyon Road to Webb Way

–Pedestrian and bike safety improvements will consist of minor road alignment modifications, striping of traffic lanes and a new bike lane, and new pedestrian walkways. New landscaping will also be added along both sides of the road.

The Santa Monica College and Los Angeles County project kicked off in September 2018 and the project will be constructed on County property next to the Malibu Library on Civic Center Way will include a new satellite college campus, a Sheriff’s substation, and a community room/emergency operations center. Construction is expected to be completed by October 2020.

The city of Malibu will send traffic alerts when scheduled work activity impacts traffic in the region. To sign up for traffic alerts, visit, scroll down to “Alert Center,” and select “Traffic Advisories.”