Announcing Ballona Creek Bike Path improvements

Starting on Monday June 26, for a period of about 3 weeks, the Ballona Creek Bike Path in West LA will undergo important repair work. All repairs will take place Mon-Fri, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.

What are the plans?

LADOT, the General Services Department of the City of LA, and Culver City are working together to make scheduled repairs on the Ballona Creek Bike Path. Asphalt and concrete removals, root trimming and removal, and restriping will take place at 23 locations along the bike path, from Sepulveda Blvd. to Lincoln Blvd.



Repairs will take place from Sepulveda Blvd. (#5) to Lincoln Blvd. (#11).

Will the bike path be shut down entirely?

No, the bike path is scheduled to remain open. Repairs will take place starting at Sepulveda Blvd. and going westbound, but only on one side of the path at a time. This will allow cyclists to continue using the route, and flaggers and advanced warning signs will be placed at strategic locations to guide riders towards space they can use.

In the unlikely event that a full shutdown of the path becomes necessary, a detour plan will be provided.

How long will this take?

We hope to complete the project in about 3 weeks (from June 26 to about July 17). If that changes, we will provide ample notice.

Thanks for your understanding as we improve this crucial piece of bike infrastructure on the Westside.

If you have questions throughout this process, please contact Abbass Vajar at abbass.vajar@lacity.org or 213.972.4965.

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