$69 Million REHAB Project

Working toward Completion


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Riverside, California ____  California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) continues work on the $69 million Interstate 10 (I-10) Pavement Rehabilitation Project which began in May 2016. The project is rehabilitating 128 lane miles of pavement in both directions of Interstate-10 between just east of State Route 86 (SR-86) and State Route 177 (SR-177).   

The pavement work on the eastbound I-10 has been completed and pavement work will continue on the westbound direction of travel until early 2018, weather dependent.

The contractor will begin work on Thursday July 21, to install the rumble strips (grooved markings that alert motorists they are leaving the lane) to the 30 mile section of eastbound I-10 for the next two weeks.  

The details of work are as follows:  Direction Location Schedule Work Details

Eastbound I-10 - (Rumble Strip) Between SR-86 and SR-177 Junction, 24 hours a day from Thurs. July 21 for approximately two (2) weeks 

One lane available, Westbound I-10 (Paving), Between SR-177 and SR-86, Monday @ 7:00 p.m. through Saturday @ 11:00 a.m. (24 hours a day)

One lane available with intermittent on and off ramp closures  

Caltrans is alerting the trucking industry and motorists to be alert and reduce their speed through the entire construction zone and lane closure area. Pavement is uneven and the size of the lanes are reduced. Shoulder access is limited and not available in some areas.

The reflective markings and rumble strips were removed to allow for paving so drivers must take extra caution to be alert and well rested when traveling along I-10.  

Use alternate routes to avoid delays on eastbound I-10 on Fridays and westbound I-10 on Sundays and holidays.  

ALTERNATE ROUTES >> Motorists can use State Route-62, State Route-177 and State Route--95 to avoid the construction zone.  

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