MALIBU—There will be rolling lane closures of the number 2 lanes in both directions of Pacific Coast Highway, from Busch Drive to the western city limits from March 25-27, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., according to the City of Malibu.
The city says that contractors will be doing striping improvements related to the PCH Bike Route Improvements project.
The project, which is intended to “improve the existing bike route along the PCH and promote safety for all modes of travel,” spans from the intersection of the PCH and Busch Drive to the western city limits, a distance of approximately seven miles. In addition to striping, the project includes signage upgrades throughout the entire seven miles, as well as shoulder and intersection improvements.
The PCH Bike Route Improvements Project, funded by Metro and the City’s General Fund, is intended to “improve the existing bike route along the PCH and promote safety for all modes of travel.”
Traffic control will be implemented and some delays are expected. Motorists should slow down and proceed with caution through the construction zone.