Metrolink deal reduces bridge night work

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Workers put in the steel structure for the Fairmont Ave. Extension/Bridge Project in Glendale on Friday, Sept. 4, 2009. The bridge will bring traffic to and from Fairmont Ave. over the railroad tracks and Verdugo wash and into Flower Street. (Raul Roa/News-Press)

From the Glendale News-Press:

CITY HALL — A recent agreement with Metrolink to allow concrete pours on the Fairmont Avenue “flyover” bridge during the day has allowed the city to cut down on the amount of controversial nighttime construction, officials said.

Nighttime construction that originally scheduled to take place this week was moved to daytime hours after city officials and Metrolink officials reached an agreement allowing three nights worth of work to take place during the day, city officials said.

Developing story here.


Written by Jason Wells

December 22, 2009 at 3:59 pm

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