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I-15 Pavement Project Weekend Closures

I-15 Pavement Project Weekend Closures

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By Staff Reports

(Victor Valley)– – Weekend on/off ramp and lane closures have begun on the 9-mile pavement rehabilitation project on Interstate 15 (I-15) from the 7th Street undercrossing in the City of Rancho Cucamonga to the Sierra Avenue undercrossing (UC) in the City of Fontana. The project was awarded to Griffith/Coffman Joint Venture, Inc. for approximately $83 million on February 16, 2012. The work includes rehabilitation of the No. 3 and No. 4 lanes in both directions, rehabilitation of the outside shoulder and widening of the inside shoulder. The work is expected to improve ride quality, extend pavement life, improve facility operation, and safety.

The weekend on/off ramp and lane closures will begin Friday night (late) and continue until Monday morning (early). Weekend lane closures are expected to end in April 2013. At least one lane will be open at all times during the weekend closures. Please use alternate routes and expect delays while traveling through the construction zone. The contractor has implemented a bypass lane that begins after 4th Street and continues for approximately 5 miles to Sierra Avenue. The bypass lane is continuous with no exits once motorists enter.

DATE TIME LOCATION LANES
4/5 (Fri) to

4/7 (Sun)

11:00pm (Fri) to 7:00am (Sun) Southbound

Sierra Ave

On Ramp Closed
4/5 (Fri) to

4/7 (Sun)

11:00pm (Fri) to 7:00am (Sun) Northbound

Baseline Rd

On/Off Ramps Closed

Tentative

4/5 (Fri) to

4/7 (Sun)

11:00pm (Fri) to 7:00am (Sun) Northbound

Foothill Blvd

On/Off Ramps Closed

Tentative

The project is expected to last through late 2013. Please follow all advisory signs. The 55 MPH speed limit implemented throughout the limits of the project will be strictly enforced. Caltrans asks that motorists SLOW FOR THE CONE ZONE.

For more information on this and other Caltrans projects, visit our web site at www.caltrans8.info or www.quickmap.dot.ca.gov.

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