Pavement Replacement Project

14 Weekends



SAN BERNARDINO – The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) continues work on the $26 million Interstate 10 (I-10) Pavement Replacement Project. The project replaces concrete pavement in both directions of I-10 between Ford Street in the City of Redlands and Live Oak Canyon Road in the City of Yucaipa.

Beginning the weekend of Friday July 8, 2016 eastbound I-10 motorists will be using the cross-over lane during weekend construction work. For approximately 14 weekends Eastbound lanes will be reduced to THREE lanes (including the crossover lane), each weekend, between 9:00 P.M. Friday night through 4:00 A.M. Monday morning.

The cross-over lane merges over the center median and onto the number one (1) lane of the Westbound traffic. The lane is 11 feet wide with one (1) foot shoulders and K-rail on both sides.

Once a vehicle enters the crossover lane at Ford Street in Redlands, it will NOT be able to exit until County Line Road in Yucaipa. Trucks and busses are not allowed in the crossover lane.

The westbound direction will maintain four open lanes of travel. Westbound lane widths will also be reduced to 11 feet.

Motorist are advised that the speed limit is reduced to 55 MPH.