Traffic Advisory: Intermittent Daytime Closures, Pepper Ave July 18 – 21, 2017

Construction is under way on the new State Route 210 interchange with Pepper Avenue in Rialto. The San Bernardino County Transportation Authority (SBCTA) is leading the construction effort, in cooperation with the California Department of Transportation and the City of Rialto.

The interchange will provide a connection between the recently extended Pepper Avenue and SR-210, offering a new option for commuting and moving goods through the region. Work will take approximately one year to complete, with the new facility expected to open in mid-2018.

For questions, please call 909-884-8276 or visit the website. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Date & Time

Tuesday, July 18 through Friday, July 21
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.
(Dates and times are approximate)

Closure/Activity

Pepper Avenue from north of Terrace Road to Highland Avenue will be fully closed intermittently in both directions.

Access to the homes on the west side of Pepper Avenue north of Terrace Road will be maintained.

Detour

For Vehicles:

  • Use Baseline Rd., Riverside Ave. and Highland Ave. or
  • Use Baseline Rd., California St. and Highland Ave.

For Trucks (Big Rigs):

  • Use Baseline Rd., Ayala Dr., SR-210 and Highland Ave.

Additional intermittent closures may be required in the coming weeks; please register to receive project  updates by using the contact information at the end of this notice.

Pepper Closure

Note: Information contained in this notice is subject to change, based on weather, field conditions, or other operational factors. 

Safety: Our Top Priority 

SBCTA reminds neighbors and commuters of the need to be safe near the SR-210 Pepper Avenue construction zone. Please remember to:

  • Slow down near the construction area
  • Allow extra time to get to work and school
  • Do not walk or ride in the construction site
  • Watch for workers and equipment
  • Note road closures and follow detours

On-the-Go Commuter E-Newsletter: July 2017 Edition Released

In this issue:

  • More Summer, Less Traffic
  • Union Station Train Fest
  • Bike News

Read the latest and previous editions of On-the-Go for commuters at goSBCTA.com/OnTheGo.

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Traffic Advisory: Intermittent Daytime Closures, Pepper Avenue July 6 – July 7 and July 10 – July 14, 2017

Construction is under way on the new State Route 210 interchange with Pepper Avenue in Rialto. The San Bernardino County Transportation Authority (SBCTA) is leading the construction effort, in cooperation with the California Department of Transportation and the City of Rialto.

The interchange will provide a connection between the recently extended Pepper Avenue and SR-210, offering a new option for commuting and moving goods through the region. Work will take approximately one year to complete, with the new facility expected to open in mid-2018.

For questions, please call 909-884-8276 or visit the website. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Date & Time

Thursday, July 6
through Friday, July 7
and Monday, July 10 through Friday, July 14
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.
(Dates and times are approximate)

Closure/Activity

Pepper Avenue from north of Terrace Road to Highland Avenue will be fully closed intermittently in both directions.

Access to the homes on the west side of Pepper Avenue north of Terrace Road will be maintained.

Detour

For Vehicles:

  • Use Baseline Rd., Riverside Ave and Highland Ave. or
  • Use Baseline Rd., California St. and Highland Ave.

For Trucks (Big Rigs):

  • Use Baseline Rd., Ayala Dr., SR-210 and Highland Ave.

Additional intermittent closures may be required in the coming weeks; please register to receive project updates by using the contact information at the end of this notice.

Pepper Closure

Note: Information contained in this notice is subject to change, based on weather, field conditions, or other operational factors.

Safety: Our Top Priority 

SBCTA reminds neighbors and commuters of the need to be safe near the SR-210 Pepper Avenue construction zone. Please remember to:

  • Slow down near the construction area
  • Allow extra time to get to work and school
  • Do not walk or ride in the construction site
  • Watch for workers and equipment
  • Note road closures and follow detours