Construction on the 9-mile Arrow corridor is 90% complete. Construction of the bridges, station platforms, and grade crossings are 100% complete.

Crews are working on installing pedestrian gates and railings at the grade crossings as well as perimeter fencing along the corridor; surfacing and leveling (grinding) the track; vegetation removal; installing light poles and security cameras at the stations; and preparing for train testing.

  • Crews continue to work on Park Avenue improvements weekdays 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. A local detour is posted and sends traffic north around Sylvan Park.
  • Intermittent daytime (7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.) lane closures will occur on local streets including Central Avenue, Colton Street, and Eureka Street. Through travel/two-way travel will remain at all times at each location.

Crews are pre-testing the roadway and pedestrian gates at the rail crossings weekdays 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., through June. Flaggers are onsite to assist traffic through the rail crossings. Please plan ahead and expect one to three minute delays at the crossings during testing.
Rail stabilizer machine that crews continue to use throughout the corridor to surface and level the track.
At times, work throughout the corridor may be loud and cause vibration. Please remember construction is dynamic and the schedule is subject to change.
Inland Valley Development Agency (IVDA) Mountain View Avenue Utility Work
Mountain View Avenue is closed through mid-2021 between Victoria Avenue and Coulston Street for various utility work unrelated to the Redlands Passenger Rail Project. The work includes the relocation of high pressure gas, water, and sewer lines as part of an overall widening of Mountain View Avenue from I-10 to the San Bernardino International Airport. Please click here for the detour map and more information.
The Arrow is scheduled to begin service in early 2022 and will run between the San Bernardino Transit Center located at Rialto Avenue and E Street in Downtown San Bernardino adjacent to San Manuel Stadium and will terminate at the University of Redlands. The regional rail service will integrate with other modes of transportation such as cars, buses, and bicycles and will offer residents, businesses, and visitors a new option for live, work, and play.
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Si prefiere recibir información de construcción en español, llame al (877) 55 - SBCTA.