Crews are expected to complete work in area by mid-December Project is part of a multi-billion-dollar safety enhancement program
WHAT: On Thursday, Nov. 16 from 4 a.m. to 8 p.m., SoCalGas will be performing a pipeline improvement project on North Sepulveda Boulevard that starts at Sepulveda Way and extends north of Casiano Road, near Interstate 405 in Los Angeles.
To perform this pipeline improvement project safely, northbound and southbound traffic on North Sepulveda Boulevard will be reduced to one lane in two locations: north of the intersection at Sepulveda Way and at the intersection of Casiano Road. Traffic control message boards and cones will help direct the flow of traffic.
No interruption to natural gas service is anticipated.
Customers may smell the odor of natural gas. Although this is normal when crews are working, SoCalGas encourages anyone who has concerns about the smell of gas to call us from a safe location at 1-800-427-2200. SoCalGas is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
WHERE: North Sepulveda Boulevard in two locations: north of the intersection at Sepulveda Way and at the intersection of Casiano Road, near Interstate 405 in Los Angeles, CA, as shown in this link.
WHEN: 4 a.m. to 8 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017
NOTE: This effort is part of SoCalGas Pipeline Safety Enhancement Plan (PSEP), a multi-billion-dollar program that tests and updates the natural gas pipeline infrastructure in Southern California. SoCalGas’ five-year capital plan includes $6 billion in infrastructure investments, including approximately $1.2 billion this year for improvements to distribution, transmission and storage systems and for pipeline safety.
PUBLIC CONTACT: Customers with questions or concerns about the construction work may call SoCalGas’ Customer Contact Center 24-hours a day, seven-days a week at 800-427-2200. Our top priorities are to work safely and to provide the communities we serve with safe and reliable natural gas service.
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