Repaving Project Underway in Malibu

Motorists are asked to budget extra time to drive through the construction zones.

Work on a maintenance project is underway on four Malibu roadways.

The project, which is through the Malibu Public Works Department, is focusing on Malibu Road, Busch Drive, Morning View Drive and Winter Mesa Drive, according to Arthur Aladjadjian, Public Works Superintendent.

On Malibu Road, crews will repair pavement with an asphalt rubber overlay. The project also calls for a slurry seal on Busch Drive from Rainsford Place to the north end of Busch Drive, Morning View Drive from Via Cabrillo Street to Phillip Avenue and Winter Mesa Drive. 

The work will be conducted from the hours of 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. during weekdays, and on Saturdays from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Morning View Drive only. No work will be underway during the Thanksgiving holiday week of Nov. 19-23.

The project, which is being completed by Orange County-based Sully-Miller Contracting, is expected to be wrapped up by December. 

Cece Stein November 18, 2012 at 09:06 PM
How about paving Latigo and Corral Canyons ( within the city limits ) versus spending the never ending useless pothole repairs that only last a few days at best .
Hans Laetz November 19, 2012 at 04:52 AM
I hate to be an alarmist, but what the heck is the Gas Company planning to do on PCH? Flashing sign boards went out this weekend, advertising a lane closure all December on westbound PCH near Escondido Creek, for a gas main relocation. That's an active landslide! PCH is moving there! People who live up the hill from the highway have had their property damaged by Caltrans, which botched the stabilization of the highway there 15 or 20 years ago. What's going on? Is this a safe project? What's new with the highway falling down the hill? Is Caltrans aware that the gas company is going to lay new gas mains through this active landslide? Is this a good thing?
Ann Eysenring November 19, 2012 at 02:22 PM
It's about time! Malibu Road is a mess.


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