Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Repairs Begin For Washed Out Sections of San Gabriel Canyon Road (SR-39) in Angeles National Forest and San Gabriel Mountains National Monument

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Caltrans has begun repairs to several storm damaged sections of San Gabriel Canyon Road (SR-39) 11 miles north of Azusa.  The highway has been closed to public access since January 6 at East Fork Road.  

During heavy rains in January, mud and debris flows blocked drainage systems and washed out support slopes along the highway (post mile 28.0 to post mile 31.0) in the Cabin fire burn area.  

To open the highway, Caltrans will rebuild washed out slopes and clear the sediment/debris basins and drains.

Previous post: San Gabriel Canyon Road (SR-39) Closure in Angeles National Forest, January 20
Expected work hours:  Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
No permitted access will be granted to the construction zone or locations beyond the closure during and after work hours. 

The public and other interested parties should contact Caltrans District 7 Public Affairs and Media Relations at 213-897-3656 or visit: http://www.dot.ca.gov/dist07/contactus/webform/?fch=gen

Questions about the Angeles National Forest and San Gabriel Mountains National Monument (camping, hiking, trails, etc.)? http://www.fs.usda.gov/angeles or (626) 574-1613. 

O’Donnell Construction Inc. of San Dimas, California was awarded this $2 million contract.  This project is expected to finish in early April 2016.  This contractor will make the initial repairs and respond to protect the highway in this section during heavy storms.