A LOOK AHEAD...
As construction continues on the I-10 Express Lanes, crews are working throughout the ten mile corridor on demolition and reconstruction of retaining walls and sound walls, tree removal, utility relocation, and several bridges. Your commute on the I-10 freeway and local streets will be different. We urge you to obey the posted speed limits and leave early to allow for extra time to reach your destination. Dates and times below may change, please check the Google Map for the most updated closure and detour information.
  • 55-Hour Lane and Ramp Closures: The westbound (WB) I-10 from Archibald Avenue to Vineyard Avenue 55-hour lane and ramp closures will begin on Friday, July 16 at 10:00 p.m. through Monday, July 19 at 5:00 a.m.
  • Two lanes will be closed during daytime hours and three lanes will be closed during nighttime hours (the freeway will remain open). Motorists should plan ahead and allow for extra time to reach their destination.
  • The Archibald Avenue WB on-ramp will also be closed during this time. Detour routes will be posted.

  • Vineyard Avenue WB Off-Ramp Closure: The Vineyard Avenue WB off-ramp will be closed from Friday, July 16 at 10:00 p.m. through Thursday, July 29 at 5:00 a.m. During this closure the ramp will be realigned and repaved.

  • Campus Avenue Street Closure: Scheduled for later in July, Campus Avenue over I-10 will close to all vehicle, pedestrian, and bicycle traffic to allow crews to prepare the bridge for demolition. Demolition is anticipated to occur in late-August. Detour routes will be posted and include Grove Avenue.
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CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES -
Week of July 12, 2021
Construction will occur Monday through Friday during daytime (6:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.) and nighttime (9:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m.) hours, except as noted. All construction is dynamic and the schedule is subject to change. Please check the Google Map for the most updated closure and detour information.
Eighteen bridges throughout the corridor will either be replaced, widened, or improved to accommodate the widening of the freeway. Work on the bridges may be loud and you may feel vibration at times during both daytime and nighttime hours.

Below is an overview of the current bridge work:

  • Monte Vista Avenue: Crews continue to relocate underground utilities at Monte Vista Avenue and are building a new wider section of the eastbound (EB) side of the freeway. Work on Monte Vista Avenue began in spring 2020 and will last for approximately three years. Monte Vista Avenue under I-10 is reduced to one lane in each direction during daytime hours and will be intermittently closed during nighttime hours. Detour routes are posted. Daytime and nighttime activities include deck construction, sewer relocation, and relocating utilities.

  • Central Avenue: In November 2020, a portion of the EB I-10 shoulder over Central Avenue was removed and work will last for approximately 18 months. Continuing daytime and nighttime activity includes building the overhang, the outside portion of the bridge.

  • Benson Avenue: A portion of the EB I-10 shoulder over Benson Avenue was removed in early-December 2020. Bridge widening work will continue for approximately two years. Benson Avenue under I-10 may be intermittently closed weekdays during nighttime hours while crews build forms for the bridge support beams and install ducts.

  • Mountain Avenue: In November 2020, crews removed a portion of the EB I-10 shoulder over Mountain Avenue. Work began in fall 2020 and will last for approximately 18 months. Nighttime activity includes modifying the top of the center column.

  • San Antonio Avenue: Crews are continuing to relocate utilities on San Antonio Avenue and preparing the bridge for demolition, anticipated in late-2021. Work is occurring during daytime and nighttime hours. San Antonio Avenue may be intermittently closed during nighttime hours with flaggers directing traffic.

  • Euclid Avenue: Crews demolished the east side of the bridge and are working on rebuilding the northbound (NB) lanes. Work on Euclid Avenue began in mid-May 2020 and will last for approximately 18 months. Daytime and nighttime activity includes utility installation.

  • Sultana Avenue: Crews continue to build the new Sultana Avenue bridge over I-10. The new bridge is scheduled to open in July 2021. Continuing daytime and nighttime activity includes pouring concrete that will connect the bridge to the street.

  • Campus Avenue: Scheduled for as early as July, Campus Avenue over I-10 will be closed to prepare for demolition. Demolition is currently scheduled to occur in late-August. Once the original bridge is demolished, crews will rebuild the bridge to accommodate the additional lanes on the I-10. To prepare for this work, crews continue to build a temporary utility bridge during daytime and nighttime hours.

  • 6th Street: 6th Street over I-10 is closed to all vehicle, pedestrian, and bicycle traffic to allow crews to prepare for demolition. Demolition is anticipated to occur later this summer. Once the original bridge is demolished, crews will rebuild the bridge to accommodate the additional lanes on the I-10. Utility relocation is occurring between Campus Avenue and Holmes Court during daytime and nighttime hours.

  • Grove Avenue: A portion of the EB and WB I-10 shoulder over Grove Avenue was removed in December 2020. Work is expected to be complete in fall 2021. Grove Avenue under I-10 will be intermittently closed to through traffic and detour routes will be posted.

  • 4th Street: Crews continue to relocate underground utilities at 4th Street and are building a new wider section of the EB side of the freeway. Work on 4th Street began in spring 2020 and will last for approximately two years. 4th Street between El Dorado Avenue and Vineyard Avenue is reduced to one lane during daytime hours. 4th Street under I-10 will be intermittently closed during nighttime hours. Detour routes will be posted. Daytime and nighttime activities include forming portions of the bridge and utility installation.

  • Vineyard Avenue: The east side of Vineyard Avenue over I-10 was partially demolished in early-March. Construction will last approximately 18 months. Vineyard Avenue over I-10 may have reduced lanes during daytime hours and may be intermittently closed during nighttime hours. Nighttime activities include placing forms and rebar on the lower portion of the bridge supports.
Freeway lane closures are necessary for crews to remove trees, perform maintenance, and demolish and rebuild retaining walls, sound walls, and bridges.

  • 55-Hour Lane Closure on WB I-10 from Archibald Avenue to Vineyard Avenue: Beginning July 16 at 10:00 p.m. through July 19 at 5:00 a.m. Two lanes of WB I-10 from Archibald Avenue to Vineyard Avenue will be closed during daytime hours and three lanes will be closed during nighttime hours.

  • Scheduled intermittent nighttime connector ramp closures (11:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m.):
  • Southbound (SB) I-15 to WB I-10
  • NB I-15 to WB I-10
  • EB I-10 to NB/SB I-15

  • Intermittent nighttime lane closures: EB and WB I-10 between Fairplex Drive and I-15. At least one lane in each direction on I-10 will remain open.
Intermittent nighttime EB and WB I-10 on- and off-ramp and ramp lane closures will occur throughout the project corridor (Indian Hill Boulevard to Milliken Avenue). Typically these closures are for shorter durations of time in the overnight hours (except as noted below). These closures are necessary for crews to re-pave and stripe lanes, place k-rail, set-up traffic control, and perform general maintenance.

  • Monte Vista Avenue EB on-ramp closed in August 2020 and will be closed for approximately two years. Detour routes include Arrow Highway and Palo Verde Street to Central Avenue.

  • Archibald Avenue WB on-ramp will be closed July 16 at 10:00 p.m. through July 19 at 5:00 a.m. Detour route will be posted and includes the Vineyard Avenue on-ramp.

  • Vineyard Avenue WB off-ramp will be closed July 16 at 10:00 p.m. through July 29 at 5:00 a.m. Detour route will be posted and includes the 4th Street off-ramp.

  • Scheduled intermittent nighttime EB and/or WB on- and off-ramp closures (detour routes will be posted): Monte Vista Avenue, Central Avenue, Mountain Avenue, Euclid Avenue, 4th Street, Vineyard Avenue, Holt Boulevard, Archibald Avenue, and Milliken Avenue.
Crews are removing sound walls and retaining walls, relocating utilities, and removing trees on several local streets adjacent to the I-10; at times this work may be loud and you may feel vibration. One side of the sidewalk will always remain open. Flaggers may be onsite to direct traffic. Please check the Google Map for the most updated closure and detour information.

  • Daytime and/or nighttime lane closures (streets will remain open):
  • Monte Vista Avenue, Palo Verde Street, Benson Avenue, Mountain Avenue, San Antonio Avenue, Euclid Avenue, Alvarado Street, Richland Street, Campus Avenue, 6th Street, 4th Street, Fresno Avenue, Princeton Avenue, and Vineyard Avenue

  • Nighttime street closures (detour routes will be posted); businesses will remain accessible:
  • Monte Vista Avenue: NB/SB street intermittently closed under I-10
  • Palo Verde Street: WB street closed from Central Avenue to Monte Vista Avenue
  • Benson Avenue: NB/SB intermittently closed under I-10
  • Mountain Avenue: NB/SB intermittently closed under I-10
  • San Antonio Avenue: NB/SB street closed to through traffic, residential access remains open
  • 4th Street: EB/WB street intermittently closed under I-10
  • Vineyard Avenue: NB/SB street intermittently closed over I-10

  • Retaining wall and sound wall locations:
  • EB I-10: between Monte Vista Avenue off-ramp and Mountain Avenue on-ramp, between San Antonio Avenue and 6th Street, intermittently from Grove Street to Vineyard Avenue on-ramp
  • WB I-10: from 6th Street to Euclid Avenue
The EB I-10 over Mountain Avenue is being widened. Later this summer, steel girders will be installed over the street to create the new wider portion of the freeway.
Phase 1 of SB 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 County 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 motorists, but will increase from 2+ to 3+. East of Haven Avenue, two express lanes will be constructed.
Walking on the freeway is unsafe. In case of an emergency, please dial 9-1-1. For non-emergency Freeway Service Patrol (FSP) services, call the California Highway Patrol (CHP) at (909) 428-5400 or use the nearest Call Box for assistance. Drivers or passengers of a disabled vehicle stopped on a freeway may walk to the nearest exit, in either direction, on the same side of the freeway upon which the vehicle is disabled, or to the nearest Call Box for assistance. For the safety of the public and our crews, unapproved access to construction sites and property related to project construction is prohibited.

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