The Los Angeles Department of Public Works, the Department of Transportation and the office of Councilman Bill Rosendahl have announced the continuation of a road improvement project on Sepulveda Boulevard in Westchester through this month.

The construction work includes new storm catch basins and storm pipe drains.

Crews will work at night from Monday through Friday from 8 p.m. to 4:30 a.m., and during the day from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Some work on the weekends may also take place.

The following improvements will be conducted:

Installation of a new storm drain pipe on Sepulveda Boulevard from Westchester Parkway to just north of 89th Street. This is expected to relieve the high water flows at the intersection during rain events; and

Installation of new catch basins along both sides of Sepulveda Boulevard just north of 89th Street and on both sides of 89th Street east of Sepulveda Boulevard.

There will be temporary adjustments to exits from commercial complexes, but entrances from Sepulveda Boulevard will be maintained.

During daytime work, at least two lanes in each direction will be open at all times. During night work, at least one lane in each direction will be maintained.

Street parking will be temporarily removed in the following areas:

Northbound Sepulveda Boulevard, just north of 89th Street and southbound Sepulveda Boulevard between La Tijera and Westchester Parkway on 89th Street, just east of Sepulveda Boulevard.

Information, (213) 978-0333.