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Winter 2015 to
Spring 2016

California Incline Reconstruction:
City of Santa Monica

The City of Santa Monica is planning to replace the California Incline between PCH and Ocean Avenue.  A portion of the existing Incline is a concrete bridge structure that was built in 1939. The bridge is structurally deficient, does not meet current seismic standards and will be removed and replaced using federal and local funds.  The California Incline will be closed to traffic during construction.  Access to and from PCH will  be directed to Moomat Ahiko Way (near McClure Tunnel/Ocean Avenue) while the California Incline is closed.

Proposition O Projects located along Pacific Coast Highway
City of Los Angeles, Department of Public Works
The following Proposition O projects will be constructed along Pacific Coast Highway between Temescal Canyon Road and the Annenberg Beach House. Construction will take place through 2016.

Temescal Canyon Park Stormwater BMP
Phase II
October 2014 to
September 2015
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Coastal Interceptor Relief Sewer Phase 2
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April 2014
to April 2015
Potrero Canyon Park Project,
City of Los Angeles, Department of Public Works
November 2014 to
Summer 2016
The park project is in the Final Design phase with 50% plans completed and distributed to stake holders for review. Construction is anticipated to begin in November 2014 and be completed in Summer of 2016.

Sylmar Ground Return System Replacement Project
City of Los Angeles, Department of Water and Power

The proposed project will modify and replace the Pacific Direct Current Intertie (PDCI) that carries power between the Pacific Northwest and the Los Angeles area.  The project, which would replace the existing Ground Return System from the Sylmar Converter Station to the Pacific Ocean, would enhance the reliability and availability of the transmission system.

Three alternative alignments are being evaluated in the Draft Environmental Impact Report. The alternative alignments include are referred to as the San Vicente Alignment, the Topanga State Park Alignment, and the Sunset Alignment.


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