Traffic's going to be ugly

Scaffolding has been spotted around the vacant stores at the northeast corner of Wilshire and Barrington, alerting tipster Doug that his commute through the habitually jammed Brentwood-adjacent intersection is about to become a whole lot less fun. He emails: "I think this means that after six months-plus (since the businesses moved out), we can look forward to two years ­at least ­of demolition, construction, and traffic nightmares!"

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