Safety is our highest priority at Cal Water and we are working closely with the City of Rolling Hills Estates, the City of Ranchos Palos Verdes, and other stakeholders to minimize disruptions to the community. As a result, construction is being conducted in stages to minimize the impact on residents and commuters.
Please expect delays as work takes place on Crenshaw Boulevard. Where possible, we encourage drivers to use alternate routes (including Hawthorne Boulevard) as well as navigation apps to avoid delays due to increased traffic. The Sheriff’s Department is expected to increase their presence on Crenshaw Boulevard, so we advise travelers to obey all traffic laws and drive carefully through construction zones.
Below you will find more information about construction taking place on Crenshaw Boulevard, including what traffic control will look like in various stages, information for local businesses, and how we’re partnering with navigation apps to help you find the fastest route for your commute while construction continues.
CRENSHAW BOULEVARD HANDOUT
Want to learn more about the construction taking place on Crenshaw Boulevard? This handout provides an overview of relevant details and answers frequently asked questions.
TRAFFIC CONTROL GRAPHICS
Click on the buttons below for a graphic outlining alternate routes around construction on Crenshaw Boulevard and a handout detailing the traffic control measures for current and upcoming construction work along Crenshaw Boulevard.
For the latest construction dates and timeline information, visit the Map & Timeline page.
SILVER SPUR BUSINESS HANDOUT
Do you work on Silver Spur Road or own a business nearby? Do you, your employees or your customers use Crenshaw Boulevard frequently? We’ve created a helpful handout for businesses on Silver Spur Road with project information and answers to frequently asked questions regarding construction on Crenshaw Boulevard.
If you have a specific question, feel to reach out to us here.
Since the start of the project, we have been working with the three major community-based traffic and navigation apps –Google Maps, Apple Maps, and Waze – to provide real-time construction and detour information. Each app is available for download on smart devices through Google Play and the App Store.