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I-10 Reopening Timeframe Announced and Assembly Member Santiago Responds

For immediate release:

(Los Angeles, CA) Following Governor Newsom’s announcement of a timeframe of 3-5 weeks for the reopening of the impacted portion of the I-10 and that the I-10 will be repaired instead of demolished and rebuilt, Assembly Member Miguel Santiago (D-Los Angeles) released the following statement:

“We will work non-stop and around the clock to ensure a reopening of the I-10 as swiftly and safely as possible to support our workers, businesses and commuters,” said Assembly Member Santiago.

“While repairs are ongoing, we encourage use of detours such as the I-110, U.S. 101 and I-5. If you are able to take public transit as part of your commute, we encourage you to use Metro’s trains and buses. For real-time updates, Angelenos can visit and by the end of the week, we will even have cameras set up so you can watch repairs in real-time 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

As Angelenos, we will get through this together.”

Assembly Member Miguel Santiago is the Chair of the Assembly Committee on Governmental Organization. He represents the 54th District composed of the cities of Los Angeles, Commerce, Montebello, and Vernon.