Dear Eastsider: What’s to keep my car from plunging into the Arroyo Seco?

led as part of a project that features a new median divider along five miles of Los Angeles’ oldest freeway.

It’s not certain when those new barriers will be built but Chandler said the agency is just about ready to seek bids on the project. He also said on Thursday that Caltrans crews were headed out to repair the holes in the fence pictured above and in other spots between freeway and the arroyo. Chandler advises motorists who spot other problems along the freeway, such as graffiti or broken sprinklers, to call the Caltrans Public Affairs office in Los Angeles at 213-897-3656.

So, until those barriers are built, keep your eyes on the road and your car out of the arroyo.

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