Road Closure Notice, Edison Tower Replacement on Rosecrans
SCE Upgrades Scheduled in El Segundo and Manhattan Beach
Southern California Edison (SCE) will begin maintenance work and make improvements to the electric grid in the cities of El Segundo and Manhattan Beach beginning Dec. 11, 2017 through February 2018 to improve safety and reliability.
This work is important to ensure the power grid is supported with up-to-date technology and reliability continues to improve.
Please be advised of the following construction alert for this phase of the project:
·From Dec. 11-15, work will begin on Rosecrans Avenue., just west of Sepulveda Blvd. Work hours and lane closures are scheduled from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
·While efforts have been taken to reduce the impacts of this project, traffic will be affected on Rosecrans Avenue and Sepulveda Boulevard.
·From 7 a.m.-9 a.m., all of eastbound Rosecrans Avenue and north turn lanes will be open, and one lane westbound on Rosecrans Avenue will remain open.
·At 9 a.m., Rosecrans Avenue will be reduced to one lane in each direction. Los Angeles County Sheriffs will be stationed at the intersection of Rosecrans Avenue & Sepulveda Boulevard for traffic control.
In some cases, large equipment such as cranes may be used. Please remain at a safe distance. There may be noise associated with construction activities. To ensure your safety during construction, there will be traffic lane and sidewalk closures. Crew members will use appropriate traffic control signs and flags. Please exercise caution when approaching a work area due to the presence of equipment and personnel. SCE Customer Service: 1 (800) 655-4555. Please plan accordingly and thank you for your patience.
City of El Segundo contact: Lifan Xu, City Engineer, 1-310-524-2368
This is the first phase of the Edison Tower Replacement Project that will affect Vista Del Mar and Rosecrans Avenue on both sides of Sepulveda Boulevard in the next few months. The lattice towers on portions of Vista Del Mar and Rosecrans Avenue will be replaced with tubular steel poles to improve safety and reliability, and it will involve a series of one week partial closure on Vista Del Mar and Rosecrans Avenue. More information will be posted as Edison confirms their schedule.