Author Archives: Nydia Doolittle

Future of transit gets major boost with presentation of $86.75M in funding for West Valley Connector

San Bernardino, California (March 20,2023) – The highly-anticipated West Valley Connector moved one step closer Monday with formal presentation of $86.75 million in funding for the 100% zero-emission Bus Rapid Transit system that will link Ontario International Airport, two Metrolink lines and multiple activity centers from Pomona to Rancho Cucamonga. Representatives from the Federal Transit […]

Greyhound Announces New Stop at San Bernardino Santa Fe Depot

Greyhound, the largest provider of intercity bus transportation in North America, today announced its new stop at San Bernardino Santa Fe Depot. The new stop, which began service on February 15, 2023, is located at 1170 West 3rd Street San Bernardino, California, 92410. The Greyhound transit center relocated 1.3 miles away from its previous location […]

SBCTA Developes a Comprehensive Pedestrian Sidewalk Inventory Plan

Well-connected and well-maintained sidewalks encourage healthy choices for both the people who use them and the communities they exist within. SBCTA worked with member jurisdictions to develop a sidewalk inventory that can be used to improve sidewalk connectivity. Want to learn more? Check out the “Take a Walk” tab at or visit the Comprehensive […]

goSBCTA Newsletter: March 2023 Edition Released

The latest goSBCTA Newsletter is out! Read the latest edition.

$1 Fares on Arrow Extended through April 2nd

The $1 Arrow fare is valid for a Round-Trip ticket for travel between any of the Metrolink Arrow stations. Details of the special $1 fare: The Arrow service and the $1 fare promotion is the perfect opportunity to explore San Bernardino and Redlands, or connect to the rest of Southern California via Metrolink. Check it […]

Governor Newsom Proclaims State of Emergency in 13 Counties Due to Winter Storms, Activates California Guard

(Information provided from Governor’s website) Working to support Californians impacted by severe winter storms, Governor Gavin Newsom today proclaimed a state of emergency to support disaster response and relief in the counties of Amador, Kern, Los Angeles, Madera, Mariposa, Mono, Nevada, San Bernardino, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Sierra, Sonoma and Tulare. The text of […]

Webinar Recordings

Last month, SBCTA hosted public webinars to provide overviews of the I-10/Cedar Avenue Interchange and SR 210 Lane Addition and Base Line Interchange projects. If you missed one or both of these informational meetings and would like to learn more, you can watch the recordings by going to and If you have follow […]

Freeway Closures are coming to SR 210

55-hour directional freeway closures are coming to SR 210 in the cities of Highland and Redlands. Expected to start the weekend of March 10, crews will begin a series of six 55-hour directional freeway closures on SR 210 as part of the SR 210 Lane Addition and Base Line Interchange Project. These closures will be […]

Santa Fe Station will appear in a U.S. stamp

The Santa Fe Depot in San Bernardino will be featured in a new U.S. stamp commemorating the historic railroad stations across the country. The U.S. Postal Service will honor San Bernardino’s Mission Revival-style passenger terminal among five architecturally significant stations that continue to play important roles in their communities. Among the others: Tamaqua Station in […]

Inland Empire to Grow Twice as Fast as Rest of Southern California in the Next 25 years

The San Bernardino County Transportation Authority (SBCTA) continues its mission to plan toward a brighter future for the county’s nearly 2.2 million residents; and build to meet the growing news of the nation’s largest county – all to ensure communities are connected and people are moving. A recent article in the Press Enterprise titled “Inland […]
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