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Los Angeles C40 Shanghai As work continues on the Port of Los Angeles and Caltrans SR 47 Interchange Project, lane reductions and ramp closures will occur on the SR 47 and I-110 in San Pedro.

Suggested alternate freeway access ramps are at Gaffey Street in San Pedro and John S. Gibson Boulevard in Wilmington.

Upcoming traffic impacts include: Starting Monday, June 24, crews will reduce the northbound I-110 on-ramp from Harbor Boulevard/Front Street from two lanes to one lane for approximately one year; Starting Monday, June 24, crews will fully close the northbound I-110 on-ramp from Harbor Boulevard/Front Street overnight, from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m., to Wednesday, June 26 to restripe lanes and place traffic barriers; Starting Tuesday, June 25, crews will fully close the southbound SR 47 off-ramp to Harbor Boulevard overnight, from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m., to Friday, June 28 to work on the replacement of drainage systems.

Overnight closures may remain in place for up to one week to safely perform construction activities.

Drivers should follow posted traffic signs accordingly. Members of the public with additional questions may leave a message at (310) 732-7778 and their call will be returned within 24 hours. For updated project information, visit portofla.org/SR47.

The SR 47 Interchange Project will replace the existing southbound SR 47 off-ramp from the Vincent Thomas Bridge, currently on the south side, with a new off-ramp on the north side. Additional improvements include realigning the existing on-ramp to the northbound I-110 connector; modifying the northbound SR 47 off-ramp onto Harbor Boulevard; modifying the northbound SR 47 on-ramp onto the bridge toward Terminal Island; and improving local streets near the interchange.

The SR 47 Interchange Project addresses traffic connections in San Pedro that access the Vincent Thomas Bridge, not the bridge itself. In a separate project, Caltrans is proposing the Vincent Thomas Bridge Deck Replacement Project to replace the entire bridge deck and seismic sensors of the bridge to preserve the functionality and structural integrity of the bridge deck and to enhance overall safety. While the Vincent Thomas Bridge is located on Port of Los Angeles property and is integral to the transportation of the San Pedro Bay port complex, the Port is not directly involved in that project.

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