(Updated December 11, 2013)
Work continues along the divided highway section of Mureau Road with significant progress being made.
Weather conditions have been favorable, helping the project to stay on its projected schedule.
Work has also commenced on installing the pipeline beneath US 101 using a method known as “jack & bore,” which places pipe below the freeway without the need to interrupt traffic.
(Updated November 15, 2013)
(Updated November 12, 2013)
Beginning November 12, overnight work on the two-lane section of Mureau Road should be expected. One lane of traffic will be maintained during this portion of construction activity. Motorists should expect delays or plan to avoid the area.
See the pdf map (below) for a display of construction dates and scheduled work hours.
(Updated October 23, 2013)
Work continues on the "jack and bore" operation beneath US 101. Some additional excavation was needed for this segment on the south side of US 101; areas affected by the construction will be restored prior to completion of the project.
(Updated October 14, 2013)
Work has commenced on the “jack and bore” excavations on the north and south sides of US 101. With a few temporary exceptions, this segment of the project is not expected to interfere with normal traffic patterns on Las Virgenes and Mureau Roads.
Work schedule for Mureau Road Pipeline Project
This schedule for the Mureau Road Pipeline Project (PDF 1MB) is subject to change due to weather or other factors. Traffic patterns will change during the construction project. Please use caution in the construction zone and protect the work crews.
(Updated September 25, 2013)Exploratory work has resulted in the redesign of some elements of the project, delaying actual construction.
Work on the project is now projected to commence toward the end of October.
(Updated August 13, 2013)
Technical issues have delayed the beginning of construction on the 30-inch pipeline along Mureau and Las Virgenes Roads in Calabasas.
A late August or early September start is now anticipated.
(Updated July 19, 2013)
Las Virgenes Municipal Water District (LVMWD) will soon begin installing a new 30-inch pipeline along Mureau Road and Las Virgenes Road in Calabasas. The project is part of the District’s “Backbone Improvements Program,” a multi-year capital investment initiative designed to increase system reliability now and into the future. The Mureau Road project is anticipated to be completed in May 2014.
(Updated June 17, 2013)
During the project, motorists and bicycle riders should try to avoid the construction zone.
Potholing crews at work along Las Virgenes Road north of U.S. 101