Listen: Barbara Brooks, Sepulveda And Monrovia Duarte discussed on KNX Weekend News and Traffic
"And weather together every ten minutes on the fives nine zero five. Here's Barbara Brooks delays in commerce, if you're on the seven ten northbound crews have just set up between Atlantic and the five in the two right lanes. CHP may have run a break. So they could do that. Because I'm seeing some real heavy traffic through that stretch right now. But that should ease out once they reopened a couple of lanes there. You're gonna find a crash in Serena's ninety one eastbound on the Bloomfield offramp three cars tangled up on that ramp. And in Pomona declaring the multi car wreck ten westbound for deadly CHP ran a break and stop traffic a little while ago. So still not find a little delay as you head through the area seeing some slowing through build one park and west Covina on the ten eastbound starting right about Baldwin park boulevard traffic, sticks with you to your on. And off the brakes on the ten eastbound as well out of Monrovia Duarte. It starts right about Myrtle, and that traffic will stick with you pass disease, but the from their out it's looking like a pretty good drive. If you're heading into downtown on the ten East Bay. Bound expect delays at amid city from Arlington making your way into downtown. It lets loose a little beyond maple and the four hundred five southbound got a problem in Westchester at Howard Hughes Parkway, stalled car couldn't quite make it all the way to the shoulder. It's sticking out into the right lane. That's enough to Salida leaving the ten and if you're heading to LAX remember, some heavy traffic right now on sepulveda's boulevard northbound through the tunnel if you hit it from century, it's moving a little better, but he'll find a around the airport loop, especially on the first half heading toward the Bradley terminal and some delays on the one zero five eastbound now from before prairie to Crenshaw. Your next report nine fifteen I'm Barbara Brooks, and heart traffic reports are often can extend."