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Lane Restriction Alert

NEW: Full Closure of Peck Road for Construction Improvements Related to the Puente Hills Intermodal Facility

Starting on Thursday, July 9, 2015, subject to coordination with SCE and their approval, Peck Road will be closed from Pellissier Place to Workman Mill Road to facilitate installation of the new railroad bridge over Peck Road. There will be no vehicular access through this area and bus services will be modified to reflect the new traffic control plan. Work is expected to last four days and be completed by Sunday, July 12, 2015.

Full Closure of Workman Mill Road for Construction Improvements Related to the Puente Hills Intermodal Facility

Construction of several improvements related to the Puente Hills Intermodal Facility requires a full road closure at Workman Mill Road extending from Pellissier Place to Crossroads Parkway South.  There will be no vehicular access through the area and bus services will be modified to reflect the new traffic control plan.  The full closure is scheduled to start on or about October 2, 2014, and is expected to last two weeks.

Full Closure of Workman Mill Road for Construction Improvements Related to the Puente Hills Intermodal Facility

Construction of several improvements related to the Puente Hills Intermodal Facility requires a full road closure at Workman Mill Road extending from Pellissier Place to Crossroads Parkway South.  There will be no vehicular access through the area and bus services will be modified to reflect the new traffic control plan.  The full closure is scheduled to start on or about August 28, 2014, and is expected to last three weeks.

Workman Mill Road Reopened by July 2, 2014


All lanes on Workman Mill Road between Crossroads Parkway South and Pellissier Place have been reopened for through traffic.  An additional closure will be necessary for the installation of a new track and new safety quad gates at the railroad crossing, which is tentatively scheduled for August 2014.  Additional information will be posted when it becomes available.

Full Closure of Workman Mill Road for Reconstruction of Union Pacific Railroad Tracks


Starting on June 30, 2014, Union Pacific Railroad will reconstruct the railroad tracks at the Workman Mill Road rail crossing.  The work requires the full road closure of Workman Mill Road extending from Pellissier Place to Crossroads Parkway South. There will be no vehicular access through this area and bus services will be modified to reflect the new traffic control plan. Work is expected to last three days and be completed by July 2, 2014.

Lanes on Peck Road to be Reopened by July 1, 2014

All lanes on Peck road between Pellissier Place and Workman Mill Road will be reopened by July 1, 2014 for vehicular traffic. 


NOVEMBER 25, 2013** Workman Mill Road between Crossroads Parkway South and Pellissier Reopened

As of November 25, 2013, all lanes on Workman Mill Road between Crossroads Parkway South and Pellissier Place have been reopened for through traffic.  An additional closure will be necessary for the shifting of the railroad tracks and installation of safety quad gates at the railroad crossing, which is tentatively scheduled for early 2014.  Additional information will be posted when it becomes available.

Full Closure of Workman Mill Road for Construction of Improvements Related to The Puente Hills Intermodal Facility


Construction of several improvements related to the Puente Hills Intermodal Facility requires the full road closure of a portion of Workman Mill Road extending from Cambray Drive to just north of the Union Pacific tracks.  There will be no vehicular access through this area and bus services will be modified to reflect the new traffic control plan.  The full closure is scheduled to start on or about October 18, 2013, and is expected to last until the end of the year.  Work was completed and the road was reopened on November 25, 2013.

Lane Restriction at Workman Mill Road for Construction of Retaining Wall

Construction of a new retaining wall along the western side of Workman Mill Road is scheduled to start on or about September 5, 2013. To facilitate construction, a portion of Workman Mill Road between Pellissier Place and the Union Pacific Railroad tracks will be restricted to one lane on the southbound side until October 18, 2013.

Lane Restriction at Workman Mill Road for Relocation of Southern California Edison's Underground Facilities

Starting July 8, 2013, Southern California Edison will relocate an underground vault for their electrical lines at the intersection of the northwest corner of Workman Mill Road and the Union Pacific Railroad tracks. To facilitate construction, the southbound lane will be restricted to one lane adjacent to the railroad at-grade crossing. The western southbound lane has been reopened since Friday, August 23, 2013.

Lane Restriction at Workman Mill Road Railroad Crossing for the Construction of a Storm Drain Line Underneath the Railroad Tracks

A new storm drain line is being constructed along Workman Mill Road and under the UPRR tracks to carry storm water flow from the northern half of the intersection. As of April 2013, the pipe has been installed under the tracks and construction will continue with a connection to the existing city storm drain system on the southern half of the intersection. To facilitate construction, a portion of Workman Mill Road between Crossroads Parkway South and Pellissier Place is restricted to one lane on the northbound side until June 2013. Eastern northbound lane has been reopened since Monday, June 10, 2013.

Lane Restriction at Peck Road for the Construction of Railroad Bridge

A new railroad bridge will be constructed over Peck Road to accommodate a new railroad track for the PHIMF. This work will involve clearing and grubbing, constructing the piers and abutment to support the bridge, and the placement of the bridge span.  To facilitate this work, a portion of Peck Road between Pellissier Place and Workman Mill Road is restricted to one lane in each direction through June 2014.

All Lanes Reopened on Workman Mill Road - July 1, 2011

All lanes on Workman Mill Road were reopened on the afternoon of July 1, 2011 for vehicular traffic. To prepare for the reopening, the contractor paved the street and finished the sidewalk while Southern California Edison installed the streetlights on the south side of the street during the week of June 27, 2011.

Construction of Workman Mill Road and Access Road Improvements

The two northern lanes on Workman Mill Road were reopened on July 14, 2010 for vehicular traffic. The southern lanes are now restricted to accommodate construction. Both westbound and eastbound vehicular traffic are tapered from two lanes to one lane over an approximately 800-ft of transition segment before reaching the construction area. The southern lanes will continue to be restricted through June 2011.

Construction of Workman Mill Road and Access Road Improvements

Beginning early November 2009 and continuing through June 2011, construction of the off-street access road will restrict vehicular traffic to one lane each direction along a portion of Workman Mill Road between Peck Road and Crossroads Parkway South. As construction progresses, the Districts' contractor will post proper signage to notify nearby property owners of pending traffic restrictions along Workman Mill Road. The construction activities may result in minor traffic delays and congestion; however, access to local businesses will be maintained.

Relocation of Natural Gas Line and Underground Water Line Complete

The relocation of an underground water line and natural gas line along Workman Mill Road between Peck Road and Crossroads Parkway South was completed in June and July 2009, respectively. During construction, Workman Mill Road was restricted to one lane in each direction. This work began in December 2009 and was needed to facilitate the construction of the
access road improvements project.

Additional construction will continue into 2014. For up-to-date information, please check back periodically or
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