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Projects

I-10 Auxiliary Lane Addition

This project added 5 miles of auxiliary lanes to Interstate 10 (I-10) between Etiwanda and Riverside Avenues in San Bernardino County.  The $12 million project has provided safety and operational improvements on I-10 between Ontario and Rialto by providing an additional lane for weaving between merging and diverging mainline traffic.  

I-10 Citrus Avenue Interchange

This project widened the Citrus Avenue Overcrossing from 5 to 8 lanes over Interstate 10 (I-10) and reconfigured the I-10/Citrus Avenue interchange in the City of Fontana.

I-10 Bob Hope Drive Interchange Caltrans EA 45600

This project involved the construction of the Bob Hope Drive Bridge and extension with a new Diamond Interchange near Rancho Mirage from 1.5 KM west to 0.9 KM east of Ramon Road Interchange.

The scope of the project included:

I-10 Tippecanoe Avenue Interchange

This project reconstructed the Tippecanoe Avenue Interchange on Interstate 10 (I-10) in the Cities of San Bernardino and Loma Linda. This heavily congested interchange is the access point for many different destination points.

I-10 High Occupancy Vehicle Lane Extension

This project has widened Interstate 10 (I-10) and extended the High Occupancy Vehicle lane from Haven Avenue in Ontario eastward to Ford Street in Redlands.  This 25-mile long project is estimated to cost $1 billion and is part of SBCTA's Measure I renewal program.

I-15 Rehabilitation Project

This project rehabilitated a 5 mile stretch of I-15, in the southern limits of the City of Corona, from Temescal Canyon Road to Ontario Avenue. The project was programmed with $31 million in SHOPP funds.

The Southstar Project Manager took over the Design phase of this project in late 2010, and led the Caltrans team in the successful delivery of the project.

I-10 Ramp Metering and Widening

This project widened eleven entrance ramps and installed metering devices to improve traffic flow and relieve congestion on Interstate 10 (I-10) between Cedar Avenue and Interstate 215. This $10 million project incorporated state of the art technology in detecting traffic flow on the freeway mainline and determines when ramp meters should be activated.