Project Overview Video:
Metro is working in coordination with Caltrans to evaluate alternatives to convert the existing high occupancy (HOV) lanes to dynamically-priced, high-occupancy toll (HOT) lanes, called ExpressLanes, in both directions of I-405 between I-10 and US-101. The following alternatives are being considered as part of the environmental review process which will study how each performs in accomplishing the project’s goals.
Alternative 1: Existing Conditions (no build)
Alternative 2: Convert HOV to one ExpressLane
Alternative 3: Convert HOV to two ExpressLanes (non-standard lane and shoulder widths)
Alternative 4: Convert HOV to two ExpressLanes (standard lane and shoulder widths)
Alternative 5: Add an Additional HOV Lane (non-standard lane and shoulder widths)
Video providing an overview of the alternatives:
You may also explore the ‘Project Alternatives’ section of the interactive StoryMap.
Please submit your comments via any of the following methods by Friday, October 1, 2021. During this period, you are encouraged to submit your thoughts and comments on the alternatives, as well as help identify and inform the issues that may need to be addressed in the environmental process.
Ways to submit comments:
- Online Comment Form
- Mail: Ron Kosinski, Deputy District Director
California Department of Transportation
Division of Environmental Planning
100 S. Main Street – MS 16A
Los Angeles, CA 90012