SAN BERNARDINO – The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) continues work on the 26.1 million Interstate 10 (I-10) Pavement Rehabilitation Project in the City of Redlands. The project repairs the pavement on I-10 between Orange Street and Ford Street. The work is necessary to improve operational efficiency and ride quality.
For the next three months between Orange Street and Ford Street there will be a new traffic configuration. Currently, eastbound lanes are shifted to the left and westbound lanes are shifted to the right.
In the eastbound direction there is also a dedicated crossover lane between k-rail. Motorists whom choose to use the eastbound crossover lane will enter just before Orange Street and cannot exit until after Ford Street. Motorists are advised to ensure their vehicle is in good working condition prior to entering into the crossover lane. Buses and trucks are excluded from using the crossover lane.
Crews will be work behind k-rail so please be aware of the work and SLOW FOR THE CONE ZONE.
Advanced warning signs will be placed to inform motorists of the new traffic configuration.
Know before you go!
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