Listen: Hillcrest Drive, Brian, Agua Dulce discussed on KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore
"And westbound one or north and south at this point the traffic itself on the freeway is not affected. It looks. Okay. If you need to get off in that area, you can take Lynn road, and you can take it up to Hillcrest drive and kind of get back into that area. If you need to also park it's closed between the one and rolling oaks drive rolling oaks drive. A is behind the borderline bar and grill rolling oaks drive is also closed between Moore park road in. Los Padres drive. Also, you can use the Twenty-three if you need to get in and out of that area as well. All right. Let's go ahead and go to Brian. I believe he's got the latest on the ninety jam. Marina freeway. We actually have a Sigler at the very end the eastern end at slauson, you can't exit and you can enter that freeway there. And that's got slots and backed up all the way from Buckingham to sepulveda's if you need the marina freeway just takes loss in the Jeff Jefferson down to sent to Nella rejoin the freeway that would be on your way. Let's have a look at the five and the fourteen Newhall passer. Scotty all start off with that five out of Valencia starting a boulevard going to be a tough trip through the Newhall pass gap there around a Caldera it's gonna slow again, leaving the fourteen down through the to ten to southbound fourteen pretty tough there out of Agua Dulce if it gets real heavy around canyon Newhall app. We've had a lot of a slowing on the ninety one early this morning because I'm a motorcycle is down just west of the fifteen very heavy out of riverside heading through the seventy one interchange. These sixty two ten and the ten look about typical. I can't tell you that the two had a five car crash westbound side of the two ten west of the fifty seven that's been clear to the right shoulder. But it's a very heavy getting away from the Fifty-seven heading all the way to a moderator next report is at six forty five. Jennifer York, but more traffic reports more often than seventy NewsRadio."