Splitting & Clearing the Way
February 4, 2017
Work with Caltrans Crews
continues to be present on the San Bernardino Mountains roads, especially
during Winter months. Their road repairing work seems to be non-stop with incidents happening almost
on a regular basis.
Terri Kasinga Caltrans
District 8 Chief, Public and Media Affairs, consistently keeps Big Bear Lake
NewsRoom, aware of road conditions, weather related issues and emergency alerts
on State Routes 18, 330, 38, 74, 60, 138 and 243, as well as Southern
California Interstate highways, that motorists may want to be aware of their current
Kasinga reported this
week a road incident State Route-243 between State Route-74 and Interstate-10 Caltrans
Crews were dispatched to split and remove fallen rocks from near the
roadway. This large boulder was near post mile-marker #24, the Mount Edna
All motorists in traffic
in SoCal need to be prepared at all times. Program cell phones:
Road Information - Area Maps - Caltrans
District Eight (San Bernardino/Riverside)
Before driving, check with the Caltrans Highway Information Network (CHIN) 800.427.7623
California Transportation Department
Caltrans Mission: Provide a safe, sustainable, integrated, and efficient transportation system to enhance California’s economy and livability.
Caltrans Vision: A performance-driven, transparent, and accountable organization that values its people, resources and partners, and meets new challenges through leadership, innovation, and teamwork.
By Editor E T Russell