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Instead of two off-ramps, there will be only one.
When heading east on Ocean Boulevard, the off-ramp that will close permanently is on the south side of the fork, and closest to the Long Beach Container Terminal (LBCT). For a detailed map of the area, check out the post above.
Requires new falsework around Pico & changes to the traffic patterns.
In this month's video update, Duane Kenagy, head of the Gerald Desmond Bridge Replacement Project, discusses a new off-ramp from the eastbound decline into downtown Long Beach.
Watch how a concrete pour occurs on a large surface.
In early October, crews on the blue movable scaffolding system (MSS) performed a concrete pour for the road deck on the final segment that the huge machine will construct.
Main span construction is well underway.
The Then photo was taken in March 2016. From approximately the same angle, the Now photo shows a fully constructed east tower with the pier table and several cable-stays installed.
Click here for the latest closures and detours.
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