Michael Barbour

Metro

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Director of the Sepulveda Pass Improvement Project at Metro

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There's more trouble ahead for traffic in Westwood and the Sepulveda Pass.

Traffic Snarls without Warning

There's more trouble ahead for traffic in Westwood and the Sepulveda Pass.

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There are eight on-and-off ramps where the 405 Freeway meets Wilshire Boulevard on the West side of Los Angeles.

'Rampture' on the 405 at Wilshire Boulevard

There are eight on-and-off ramps where the 405 Freeway meets Wilshire Boulevard on the West side of Los Angeles.

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