Listen: Santa Monica Boulevard, Santa Monica, San Fernando Valley discussed on KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens
"Side of the four or five is still going to be below speeds from Santa Monica boulevard getting up into the San Fernando Valley. But I'm thinking overall, you're going to be pretty happy here. And even northbound sepulveda's in pretty good shape as well as Santa Monica freeway from now the four oh five over to about Crenshaw will be the heaviest of it today. Westbound once you get west of the one ten in pretty good shape headed towards Pacific Coast Highway see how you're fairing on. Ninety one as you leave Boina park overhead at Scott and sky five Bentley seen a lot worse here. The westbound though is gonna get slow ride around valley view, but just about pioneer past ad looks pretty good after the six zero five interchange. Subsoiling ninety one eastbound through cockpit over toward the set of tannin picks up at more. Reduced speeds starting at around Lakewood boulevard. Through the six zero five ear problems Pacific Coast Highway in Huntington beach. Jeb Cabot, Brian we had some flooding on PCH between c point to the south and Warner avenue to the north. We see this time to time with these heavy rains so southbound I'm seeing slowing starting at ten straight, which you do is you take your alternate. Which would be Edwards street or you can move over to golden west and use that. Instead, however, Cal trans did manage to reopen Pacific Coast Highway between Malibu and Ventura County from Las posters to decker was closed at this morning and into the afternoon commute, but everything's open. Now, grocery outlet has amazing deals on everything you need for the big game. Make your own guacamole this week jumble Haas. Avocados are five for five dollars also Roma tomatoes, two pound packages or just a dollar ninety nine next reports at five zero five Desmond Shaw with more traffic reports. More often KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. We get a break for day. And then it's round two of our storms. More minutes away. Four fifty seven.."