MALIBU—The city of Malibu indicated in an alert on Thursday, July 19 that an upcoming slope repair project will take place from July 23 to September 23. The repair may cause delays on the Pacific Coast Highway and just west of Tuna Canyon Road. The eroded slope that will be repaired sits just above the PCH.
While the project is in motion, there will be no lane closures on the PCH, but motorists can expect brief delays due to large equipment movement onto Tuna Canyon Road. The existing one-way portion of Tuna Canyon Road will be temporarily made into a two-way by a traffic control flagging system in order to accommodate heavy-duty equipment entering the work site.
After the large equipment is cleared onto the worksite, the road will be restricted back to one-way traffic, and drivers can expect 5-7 minute delays in the area. Work on the project will be ongoing on weekdays between the hours of 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.