190th Street Rehabilitation, T-49
Engineering Manager: Craig Bilezerian, P.E.
Project Engineer: Davina Buenavista
The south half of 190th Street between Hawthorne Boulevard and our west city limit is owned by the City of Torrance, while the north half is owned by the City of Redondo Beach. The City of Torrance has budgeted $1,650,000 to design and construct improvements to its half of 190th Street. Work will include pavement reconstruction and overlay, and replacement of displaced curbs, gutters and sidewalk. The design phase was completed in May 2008 and construction will begin in September 2008.
Los Angeles County's Department of Public Works has been working with both the cities of Torrance and Redondo Beach to improve capacity and circulation at the intersections of 190th Street/Anza Avenue and 190th Street/Inglewood Avenue. Improvements installed in Spring 2008 include new dual westbound left-turn lanes and a designated eastbound right-turn lane at Anza Avenue and dual eastbound left-turn lanes at Inglewood Avenue. Also included are upgrades to synchronize the traffic signals on the 190th Street corridor through Torrance, Redondo Beach, and cities further to the east.
The City of Redondo Beach completed construction of the north half of 190th Street in December 2007.
For questions you may contact either Craig Bilezerian or Davina Buenavista at (310) 781-6900.
Click here for the project map (.pdf).