As part of a multimillion-dollar carpool project on the Golden State (I-5) Freeway, a section of Hollywood Way will be closed Thursday night into early Friday morning so crews can do bridge work.
Crews will begin closing the street from Glenoaks Boulevard to Keswick Street at 9 p.m. Thursday, with full closure from midnight until 6 a.m. Friday, according to the California Department of Transportation.
During the closure, a crane will be brought in to lift a large girder into place for future bridge work, said Caltrans spokesman Patrick Chandler.
He added that some lanes of I-5 will be closed during the project.
Nearby residents may hear noise and feel vibrations overnight, but the noise will not exceed levels allowed by federal regulations, according to Caltrans.
“By morning, when people are coming down to get to the [Bob Hope] airport, they should be able to get there without a problem,” Chandler said.