All lanes of Laurel Canyon Boulevard re-opened Saturday after a month-long closure in the Hollywood Hills caused by January’s heavy rainfall.
The roadway was re-opened at 1:30 p.m., according to City Councilman David Ryu.
Crews began removing k-rails Saturday to enable street grinding and cleaning, Ryu said.
“Due to wet roadway conditions and anticipated light rain later today, (city transportation department) re-striping will be accomplished early Tuesday morning after midnight and before morning commute times,” he said.
A stretch of Laurel Canyon Boulevard was fully closed on Jan. 11 after a mudslide caused part of a home’s foundation and patio to give way.
The southbound lanes were re-opened on Jan. 16, but the northbound lanes remained closed with a detour.
More information can be found at http://www.emergency.lacity.org/laurelcanyonclosure.
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