Traffic Congestion Relief Comes To The Cites Of Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach And Torrance

Countrywood Avenue in the unincorporated community of Hacienda Heights will soon undergo significant improvements, Supervisor Don Knabe announced today. The project is part of Los Angeles County’s effort to provide improved infrastructure in its unincorporated areas.

The $2.3 million project will reconstruct and resurface Countrywood’s roadway pavement; and reconstruct adjacent sidewalks, driveways, curbs and gutters. The funds for this project are included in the Fourth Supervisorial District’s Road Fund Budget. This project is scheduled to start in March 2010 and be completed in August 2010.

It is important that we constantly look for ways to improve the roads and increase motorist safety in our County, said Supervisor Knabe. By improving Countrywood Avenue, not only will the residents of Hacienda Heights benefit, but so will the residents of neighboring cities and our other unincorporated communities that travel this route.