Valley View Avenue Interchange



Weekly Construction Updates

Improvements: HOV lane, one mixed-flow lane in each direction, interchange modifications at Valley View Avenue and Artesia Boulevard, frontage road modifications.
Schedule: Construction will begin Late 2016
Late 2019
Cost: $631 Million
Valley View Factsheet.pdf
Valley View Factsheet Spanish.pdf

Valley View Bridge Demolition – Feb 2017
PDF Map Downloads are Below

Valley View All Maps.pdf
Valley View Stage 1 Phase 1.pdf
Valley View Stage 2 Phase 1.pdf
Valley View Stage 3 Phase 1.pdf
Valley View Staging Final Configuration.pdf
Valley View Staging Map_stage-1-phase-1.pdf
Valley View Staging Map_stage-1-phase-2.pdf
Valley View Staging Map_stage-1-phase-3.pdf
Valley View Staging Map_stage-1-phase-4.pdf
Valley View Staging Map_stage-2-phase-1.pdf
Valley View Staging Map_stage-2-phase-2.pdf
Valley View Staging Map_stage-2-phase-3.pdf
Valley View Staging Map_stage-3-phase-1.pdf
Valley View Staging Map_stage-3-phase-2.pdf

Valley View Avenue Interchange

Mid November 2016 Caltrans began construction on the Valley View Avenue Interchange Project, which will add a High Occupancy Vehicle and mixed-flow lane in each direction along approximately one and a half miles of I-5 at Valley View Avenue, from Artesia Boulevard undercrossing to North Fork Coyote Creek. The project extends through the cities of Buena Park, La Mirada, Cerritos, and Santa Fe Springs.

Three bridges will be reconstructed: the Valley View Avenue Bridge at I-5, the North Firestone Boulevard Bridge over Coyote Creek, and the I-5 freeway bridge at Coyote Creek. Lanes will be kept open on the Valley View Avenue Bridge during construction. There will also be improvements to the interchange at Valley View Avenue and adjacent frontage roads. The new bridge will include a railroad overpass.

As part of this work, Chevron Pipe Line Company  and Crimson Pipeline are relocating approximately 700 feet of the existing pipeline corridor. New Cast in Drilled Hole piles will be installed on the north and south sides of the Coyote Creek Channel to support the proposed pipe bridge. Construction commenced early October 2016.

The pipeline relocation schedule will be Monday to Friday, between 6:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Within the coming months it will be necessary to close a portion of South Firestone Boulevard in the vicinity of the Coyote Creek Channel for an extended period of time. Detour signs will be posted at least 14 days prior to the closure. Businesses along Firestone Boulevard will remain open.

Two driveways to the warehouse on the northeast corner of N. Firestone Blvd. at Valley View Ave. are now blocked: The driveway from N. Firestone Blvd. and the first driveway on Valley View Ave. north of Firestone Blvd (red line). The driveway into the parking lot on Valley View Ave. that is closest to Alondra Blvd. will remain open (green line). When work is complete in October, the closed driveway on Valley View Ave. will be reconstructed and re-opened. Image below:
Project Overview

Project Map

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