ATOMIC CITY TRANSIT News
Don’t take chances driving on Saturday if you’re doing any St. Patrick’s Day celebrating – ride the bus instead! Atomic City Transit will provide FREE bus service to and from any location in Los Alamos and White Rock on March 17th from 7 p.m. to 12 a.m. – just call 661-RIDE (7433) anytime to request a ride. Don’t drink and drive – dial-a-ride!
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Traffic control has been revised on westbound N.M. 4 at the Pajarito Road intersection near White Rock.
The white stop bar pavement marking on N.M. 4 will be moved west approximately 30 feet, clearing the intersection approach to provide a free right turn onto Pajarito Road.
Vertical lane markers have been placed along the free right curve to help motorists maintain their lane.
Motorists intending to turn right onto Pajarito Road are asked to slow down and use their turning signals to indicate their intentions to other drivers.
REMINDER: The speed limit through the construction area is 30 miles Read More
HazMat and other emergency responders worked near this section of TA-21 at the east end of DP Road Wednesday after a small chemical reaction occurred during cleanup activities. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
At about 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Los Alamos police and firefighters left the scene of a HazMat incident that began just before noon at the east end of DP Road.
A small chemical reaction in a bottle containing liquid drawn from a 60-year-old cylinder at Los Alamos National Laboratory’s Technical Area 21 caused Laboratory officials to call in hazardous material personnel, Read More
Los Alamos Deputy Police Chief Kevin Purtymun just reported that as of 1:43 p.m. today, the air monitors surrounding the HazMat spill near Enclosure 12 toward the far end of DP Road are registering clean.
“The roadblocks at the intersection of DP Road and Trinity Drive are being removed and placed down around the building involved while cleanup work there continues,” Purtymun said. “The roadblocks were placed at the entrance to DP Road as a precautionary measure until the situation was assessed. The public can now come and go nomally along the majority of DP Road.” Read More
Coordinator Philmont Taylor of the Los Alamos County Emergency Management Department just released a reverse 911 meesage ordering all residents along DP Road to shelter in place.
The cause for this emergency is a hazmat leak in Enclosure 12 at TA-21, Taylor said.
DP Road residents are to stay inside and close off all ventilation to the outside until they hear the “all clear” signal.
Check back for more on this developing story.