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Public Works crews stayed busy today as they prepped for a big project.
On Lomita Boulevard between Hawthorne and Anza Avenue there were some traffic impacts as crews removed concrete curbs, gutters and sidewalks. 78 more words
Torrance Transit is looking to make driving in the region just a little greener.
At tonight’s, City Council meeting the Transit Department is asking for councilmembers to approve an agreement with the South Coast Air Quality Management District for the construction of eight level 2, electric vehicle charging stations. 56 more words
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is scheduled to begin a safety improvement project early November, schedule permitting on Southwest 16th Avenue (State Road 226). New traffic signals, signs and pedestrian countdown signals will be updated along Southwest 16th Avenue at Shealy Drive, Southwest 16th Street and Malcom Randall VA Medical Center entrance. 162 more words
London’s Crossrail project is a new 118km railway line development due to open in December 2018. The project’s main feature is a set of new 21km twin tunnels. 293 more words
A long-awaited project started today at Columbia Park.
Public Works crews demolished the area where new bocce courts will be installed. There will be three regulation-size courts built for park goers. 111 more words
Another City project has been ongoing this summer, and is now close to completion.
The Public Works Department’s North Torrance Well Field Project is expected to be finished before school starts in two days, which will alleviate any traffic impacts. 75 more words