CHP Fort Tejon is reporting that all lanes of I-5 on the Grapevine are now open, with traffic moving slowly. The Southbound direction is closed
(UPDATE: 5:41 p.m.)
According to Caltrans, the Northbound I-5 remains closed on Castaic, and traffic on the pass is slowly clearing out.
Southbound I-5 also remains closed as well on Grapevine Road.
Northbound I-5 remains closed in Castaic, traffic on the pass is slowly clearing out.
Southbound I-5 remains closed at Grapevine Road, traffic on the pass still stopped. Two big rigs and several passenger vehicles needing to be towed still. pic.twitter.com/yiBlIlGFxp
— Caltrans District 6 (@CaltransDist6) January 15, 2019
CHP Fort Tejon says that they hope to re-open all lanes of I-5 on the Grapevine tonight possibly around 7 p.m.
UPDATE (12:50 p.m.): According to the CHP, more than 100 cars are stuck on the Grapevine in the middle of snowy weather.
CHP Officer Jeff Burdick with the Fort Tejon office said the I-5 looks like a "parking lot".
He said CHP and Caltrans crews are working to get to everyone stuck in the snow.
The Grapevine is closed. Caltrans is hard at work clearing th ice and snow. We will keep you updated.— CHP Fort Tejon (@CHPFortTejon) January 14, 2019
All lanes of traffic on Interstate 5 have been shut down on The Grapevine on Monday.
According to the California Highway Patrol's Fort Tejon office, the southbound I-5 is shut down at Grapevine Road. The northbound I-5 is shut down at Parker Road.
There's no time estimate as to when The Grapevine will re-open.