SBX Construction Update for June 4-8

To establish a safe work environment for crews and the public, the construction crew has implemented traffic control measures that allow for at least one lane in each direction to be open during construction. Maintaining access to businesses is a high priority as part of this project. As such, signage is placed throughout the corridor to inform the public that they are open for business.

Kendall Drive and Palm Avenue Park-and-Ride-Facility

  • Parameters: South of Kendall Drive and Palm Avenue intersection
  • Day Work: Mon. – Fri. from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily
  • Specifics: Paving activities
  • LANE CLOSURE: NA

E Street

  • Parameters: Select locations between 10th Street and Orange Show Road
  • Day Work: Mon. – Fri. 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily
  • Night Work: Sun. – Fri. from 9 p.m. to 7 a.m. nightly
  • Specifics: Cut and cap irrigation activities, driveway, curb and gutter work continues, electrical activities, tree and landscape removal, water meter relocation activities, traffic control implementation
  • LANE CLOSURE: Intermittent lane closures during the day on the east side of E Street between 10th and 6th streets.

Hospitality Lane

  • Parameters: Select locations between Diners Court and Tippecanoe Avenue
  • Night Work: Mon. – Fri. from 10 p.m. to 7 a.m.
  • Specifics: Ongoing irrigation and landscaping activities (includes median work), driveway, curb and gutter work continues, electrical activities, tree relocation
  • LANE CLOSURE: North side of Hospitality Lane nearest the curb is closed.

Various Bus Station Locations

  • Parameters: Marshall Boulevard, Baseline Street,
  • Little Mountain Drive, Shandin Hills Drive, Highland Avenue
  • Day Work: Mon. – Fri. 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily
  • Night Work: Sun. – Fri. from 9 p.m. to 7 a.m. nightly
  • Specifics: Potholing activities, cut and cap irrigation activities, saw cutting, excavation activities, underground utility work

About sbX

The sbX BRT Project is the first-of-its kind express service to be constructed in the Inland Empire. It is the beginning of an intermodal public transit system in the San Bernardino Valley that will help reduce vehicle congestion while providing the public an environmentally friendly alternative that is sophisticated, cost effective, and time efficient.

The 15.7-mile corridor spans between northern San Bernardino and Loma Linda. It will include 16 art-inspired stations at key university, government, business, entertainment and medical centers as well as four park-and-ride facilities.

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