The county of Los Angeles Department of Public Works is circulating a draft mitigated negative declaration and initial study for road resurfacing, reconstruction of medians, and upgrading of traffic signals on Admiralty Way in Marina del Rey.
The repair work is estimated to take approximately 10 weeks to complete, and will begin after the end of the official review period on Sept. 4.
The street repair is scheduled to take place on Admiralty Way from Via Marina to Fiji Way; Via Marina from Marquesas Way to Washington Boulevard; Bali Way from Admiralty Way to Lincoln Boulevard; and Mindanao Way from Admiralty Way to Lincoln Boulevard.
Brittany Barker, the Public Works program manager, said that message boards would be set up alerting drivers approximately a week before construction begins. She said that no left-hand turns will be allowed along the route, but westbound drivers can make a u-turn at Palawan Way to access businesses on the south side of Admiralty Way.
The draft environmental review and initial study can be viewed at the Lloyd Taber-Marina del Rey Library, 4533 Admiralty Way, Marina del Rey. Information, (310) 821-3415.
The documents can also be viewed online at the Department of Beaches and Harbors website under the “Documents for Public Review” header, http://beaches.lacounty.gov/wps/portal/dbh.