The intersection of Olympic and Clovefield boulevards in Santa Monica will close nightly between Dec. 16 and Dec. 27 and Jan. 20 and Jan. 31 for Expo Light Rail construction work.
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Crews will erect wood and steel forms as a mold for the concrete bridge that will span over Cloverfield Boulevard for the 6.6-mile extension of the light rail from its current terminus in Culver City to downtown Santa Monica.
The route runs along the old Pacific Electric Exposition right-of-way with three stops in Century City and West Los Angeles before reaching Santa Monica, where stations are being built at Olympic and 26th Street, Colorado Avenue and 17th Street and Fourth Street and Colorado.
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The $1.5 billion Expo Line extension is scheduled for completion in 2015. It will connect Santa Monica by rail to Downtown Los Angeles, Pasadena, San Fernando Valley, South Bay and Long Beach.