The effects of this gargantuan weather pattern, El Niño, has many wondering about what affects it could have on our transportation system in Los Angeles and Ventura counties. So #ICYMI (that’s a social media acronym or shorthand for: in case you missed it), there has been a few stories about this matter.— Caltrans District 7 (@CaltransDist7) January 19, 2016
Traffic is slow on NB101, 2 lns closed in #SolimarFire burn area repairs and storm prep. #BeWorkZoneAlert #VCStorms pic.twitter.com/Tv24jAT2PV
Crews removing debris and mud from debris basins along northbound 101 on Tuesday, Jan. 19
Side point: Have you figured out how to put the “ñ” in “El Niño”? Just hold down the ALT button and type “164” on your number pad.
#ElNiño highlighting aging roadways, limits in funding repairs https://t.co/tce9iG22mr via @kpcc #LARain #VCStorms— Caltrans District 7 (@CaltransDist7) January 20, 2016
Can Pacific Coast Highway withstand El Niño? Officials pour millions of dollars into creative engineering... https://t.co/HW1iDk7DLq— Caltrans District 7 (@CaltransDist7) January 21, 2016