The I-105 and I-405 corridors are vital transportation arteries that link California communities, the Inglewood Entertainment District and Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). Serving both passenger and goods movement vehicles, the corridors are essential components of the regional, statewide and national transportation system.

In an effort to minimize congestion and ease travel along the I-105 corridor from Sepulveda Boulevard to I-110, HNTB is collaborating with the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LA Metro) on the I-105 Integrated Corridor Management (ICM) project, which implements ITS strategies to manage the capacity of a corridor using new and existing technologies to lessen the impact of traffic incidents.

HNTB is responsible for following the systems engineering process as well as delivering the concept of operations, system requirements and design of the I-105/I-405 ICM project. In addition to better managing congestion during incidents and emergencies, which will provide seamless and more efficient transportation, the project is also expected to deliver near-term benefits of improved mobility, safety and air quality to the communities within the I-105 and I-405 corridors.

Additionally, HNTB is performing extensive stakeholder outreach and engagement to help define the goals and objectives of the ICM project and establish direction of the system design. Stakeholders include Metro; Caltrans; South Bay Cities COG; Los Angeles County of Public Works; Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) and the cities of El Segundo: Gardena, Hawthorne, Inglewood, Lawndale, Los Angeles, and Manhattan Beach.

Location: California

Client: Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LA Metro)

Services: Systems Engineering; Stakeholder Outreach