Already delays for the construction on the ”Sepulveda Pass Project” and it has only been the first week. But guess what? This blog is already helping with transportation issues because of people like you leaving comments. Check this out. I’ve copied it from a comment from an earlier post. I don’t want it to get get buried. It made me start to look at Caltrans in a whole new way. Who knew that they care about oceans?
John Smith · 18 hours agoI worked on the 405 freeway from the 10 south to the 90, and am very familiar with the regulations that Caltrans has regarding work during rain. Caltrans does not allow any freeway closures when it is raining for safety reasons. Additionally Caltrans does not allow most construction work in the rain because they are worried about polluting storm water that runs off into the ocean. They have strict regulations protecting storm water runoff from dirt and other possible construction related contaminants.