Motorists will likely see traffic delays on Admiralty Way in the late summer and fall as crews resurface the street and sidewalks.
Repairs are scheduled to begin Sept. 4 and last about ten weeks, closing two lanes at a time on Admiralty Way from Via Regatta to about 800 feet east of Palawan Way, approximately where Killer Shrimp is located.
For the first four weeks of the project, the two westbound lanes will be closed, forcing motorists to merge onto one oncoming lane, and vice versa for the following four weeks. Road closure will be 24-hours a day except for the last two weeks, when workers will be restoring the median and impacting drivers from about 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
“We will be setting up message boards alerting drivers about a week before construction begins,” said Brittany Barker, Department of Public Works program manager.
Barker said no left hand turns will be allowed along the route, but westbound drivers will be allowed to u-turn at Palawan Way to access the businesses on the south side of Admiralty Way.
The LAX Coastal Chamber of Commerce will hold a meeting at the Marina del Rey Hotel on Aug. 15 at 8 a.m. to discuss the construction’s impact on local businesses.
for an interactive map of all scheduled Marina del Rey projects.