Construction on this project is 46% complete.
Completion of first half of Valley View Ave. Bridge: Revised to *late 2019.
Completion of second half of Valley View Ave. Bridge: Revised to *late 2021.
Firestone Blvd. reverts to two lanes in each direction at Valley View Ave.: End of 2021.
I-5 Valley View Ave. Interchange projected date of completion: Revised to *End of 2021.
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There are no street or freeway closures scheduled in conjunction with this project for the week of September 13 through 20.
Looking ahead: for four consecutive days from 8 p.m. Thursday, October 3 until 6 a.m. Monday, October 7, the following closures will be in place 24 hours per day:
Valley View Ave. from Artesia Blvd. to Alondra Blvd.
N. Firestone Blvd. from Gateway Dr. to Valley View Ave.
Traffic to local businesses only will be permitted with flagging on Valley View Ave. from Artesia Blvd. to Arbor Place and from Alondra Blvd. to N. Firestone Blvd.
Traffic to local businesses only will be permitted with flagging on N. Firestone Blvd. from Gateway Dr. to Valley View Ave.
The right hand turn from northbound Valley View Ave. to “old” S. Firestone Blvd. will close permanently.
Temporary Firestone Blvd. from Marquardt Ave. to Artesia Blvd. will remain open.
To construct a retaining wall and shift traffic to the first half of the new Valley View Ave. Bridge.
The contractor continues construction of the deck on the railroad overhead on the Valley View Ave. Bridge. Permanent steel decking was installed between the girders. Videos below from September 3 and September 10:
Photos below from August 13 through September 10:
On the future Valley View off ramp from southbound I-5, the first layer of concrete was poured over the stem walls and soffit of the deck on the night of Tuesday, September 3. Videos below show ramp before the concrete pour (September 3) and after the pour (September 10). Workers are now removing the forms from the stem walls. The forms will be recycled and placed horizontally across the stem walls as a base over which a “mat” of rebar will be constructed.
Photos below from June 11 through September 10:
The contractor is constructing the foundation and abutment walls for the new Coyote Creek Bridge west of I-5. Crews are constructing rebar frames for the abutment walls and securing forms over them to prepare for a concrete pour. Video below from September 10:
Photos below from August 13 through September 10 :