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Article examines the delays and cost overruns with the I-405 Sepulveda Pass Improvement Design-Build project. Transportation officials acknowledged in April 2013 that the project is running about a year behind schedule and has seen the cost increase by $100 million. Construction has caused major disruptions in the communities near the freeway and the delay and increased costs have only added to the resentment LA residents are feeling. Article provides details on why the project is behind schedule and the reasons for the cost increase, also raises the valid question of who will be responsible for paying these additional costs.