Monday, January 8, 2018

Extended closure for Eastbound Interstate 210 (Foothill Freeway) Angeles Crest Highway on-ramps

Since Jan. 2, the Eastbound Interstate 210 (Foothill Freeway) on-ramps along Angeles Crest Highway have been closed for crews to pave roadway across from the ramps.

Caltrans has closed the Eastbound I-210 Angeles Crest Highway on-ramps to repave roadway across from the ramps.


The closure is for up to 45 days, but paving operations near ramps have typically taken about 30 days to complete.

There are a few options for drivers to gain access to Eastbound I-210.

Drivers needing access to eastbound I-210 from Angeles Crest Highway
can take Westbound I-210, exit at Ocean View and enter Eastbound I-210 from Ocean View.


Drivers can take the Westbound I-210 on-ramps located on both northbound and southbound Angeles Crest Highway, exit at Ocean View Boulevard, and then get on Eastbound I-210 from Ocean View.

Drivers can also access Eastbound I-210 from Foothill Boulevard at the Foothill Boulevard on-ramp just past Georgian Road.



Drivers needing access to Eastbound I-210 from Angeles Crest Highway
can use the Foothill Boulevard on-ramp just past Georgian Road.
Detour signs will be posted along Foothill Boulevard and on I-210 guiding drivers where to go. Signs will also be up warning drivers that there are ramp closures.

Detour signs for access to Eastbound I-210 are posted on Foothill Boulevard and I-210.


The ramp closures are part of a $148.5 million pavement rehabilitation project for a nearly 10 mile portion of I-210 from the La Crescenta-Montrose area of Los Angeles County to Pasadena. The work adds a new surface that will provide a smoother ride for motorists and reduce the need for maintenance and further lane closures.

The project is scheduled to be completed in Summer 2018.

Be sure to follow us on Twitter @CaltransDist7 for updates, as well as our I-210 Pavement Rehabilitation project web page.

We appreciate the public's patience and understanding during this time.