I-10 FULL FREEWAY CLOSURE between Euclid Avenue and 4th Street for the demolition of the Sultana Avenue Bridge
Please use caution when traveling through the corridor and allow extra time to reach your destination as you may experience delays.

  • EB I-10: Exit Euclid Avenue go south to Holt Boulevard, turn left onto Grove Avenue, right onto 4th Street to I-10
  • WB I-10: Exit 4th Street, turn left onto 4th Street, turn left onto Grove Avenue, turn right at Holt Boulevard, right on Euclid Avenue to I-10
Upcoming activity in June:

  • Freeway lanes will be narrowed and re-striped from Archibald Avenue to 4th Street and from Indian Hill Boulevard to Mountain Avenue.
  • Preparing Vineyard Avenue, Holt Boulevard, and 6th Street for construction.

Continuing activity:

  • Throughout the corridor, crews continue with tree removal, installation of construction signage, and removing sound walls and retaining walls. Work will occur on the freeway and on local streets.

  • Sultana Avenue Bridge: To accommodate the widening of the I-10 freeway, Sultana Avenue over the freeway is closed to all vehicular and pedestrian traffic. The bridge will be demolished and reconstructed. Sultana Avenue will reopen in approximately 8 months. For more information click here.

  • Euclid Avenue Bridge: Crews are preparing Euclid Avenue over I-10 for the upcoming bridge widening. The bridge will be demolished and reconstructed in phases. During construction, the median will be removed and three lanes in each direction will be open to through traffic. This work began in mid-May and lasts for approximately 18 months. For more information click here.

  • 4th Street Utility Relocation: Crews are relocating underground utilities at 4th Street. This work began in mid-May and will last until summer 2020. For more information click here.
Week of June 8
Be prepared! Speeds are reduced to 55-mph and lanes have shifted throughout the corridor. Slow down for your safety and our crews!

During construction, you may see flashing strobe lights on trucks, bright lights from light towers, and sparks from saws, and hear rumbling, drilling, hammering, and equipment engines. Police may be onsite to assist with lane and ramp closures.

Please remember all construction is dynamic and the schedule is weather-permitting and subject to change. For the most up-to-date information, please check the google map linked below.
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Sultana Avenue is closed to allow crews to prepare for
bridge demolition and reconstruction.
Other Construction Projects:

  • The City of Montclair is rehabilitating Central Avenue. More information about this project can be found here.
  • In the cities of Upland and Montclair, Metrolink will be performing railroad crossing maintenance on Central Avenue between Arrow Highway and Richton Street. More information can be found here.
Phase 1 of I-10 Express Lanes is located in the southwestern portion of San Bernardino County east of Los Angeles County. The project will provide choices on the I-10 freeway between the Los Angeles/San Bernardino line and I-15. The project includes two express lanes in each direction to offer trip reliability and ease congestion. In addition, lanes to assist drivers getting on and off the freeway (auxiliary lanes) will be constructed in selected locations. West of Haven Avenue, a single new lane will be constructed and combined with the existing HOV lane to provide two express lanes in each direction. The HOV lane will still be available to motorist, but increase from 2+ to 3+. East of Haven Avenue, two express lanes will be constructed. #gosbcta #sbexpresslanes #beprepared #planbuildmove
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To view construction, closures and detours, click the Google icon below. This map includes all project work in real time.
Per the Governor's Executive Order, the transportation and construction sectors are identified as critical. We will continue to progress on our efforts to deliver transportation projects throughout the county. Crews and office support staff are mindful of the need to reduce exposure whenever possible. Field work will incorporate safe practices relative to their operations and office personnel have been given latitude for working remotely as needed. We continue to watch for direction from the State and Federal levels and will assess our activities accordingly. We encourage you to understand road conditions before venturing out in project areas throughout the county.