Carmageddon II – The Sequel…

LA drivers braced for another weekend of traffic chaos.

After ‘Carmageddon‘ and ‘Jamzilla’, motorists in Los Angeles are bracing for perhaps their worst weekend of road chaos ever.

Residents of a city famous for its attachment to cars and the daily gridlock that results have been warned that the ‘Century Crunch’ could “could screw everything up” for drivers.

Road closures around one of the main entrances to Los Angeles International Airport will be in place for 57 hours from Friday night while an old railroad bridge is demolished.

The closure at Century and Aviation Boulevard – a junction which sees 90,000 motorists every day – is likely to impact more than 200,000 passengers who are due to pass through LAX on 1,700 flights this weekend.

Officials have spent weeks trying to warn airport users of the impending traffic chaos and are urging people to allow extra time for their journey or use public transport.

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