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.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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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