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About the 215 Widening Project

Work is nearing completion on the $647 million Interstate 215 Widening Project – a major corridor that connects residents, motorists, visitors, and goods movement in Southern California. The project, which started in 2007 and is expected to be completed in 2013, adds a general use and carpool lane in both directions between I-10 and SR-210 and an auxiliary lane from approximately SR-210 to just south of University Parkway. Connector ramps between I-215 and SR-210 have also been built providing greater mobility between the freeways. New on- and off-ramps and reconstruction of all bridges and underpasses throughout the 7.5-mile project are part of the work as well as artistic wallscapes that reflect the San Bernardino Mountains, arrowhead, railroad history, and natural springs in the area.

The project is a partnership among SANBAG, Caltrans, the City of San Bernardino and the Federal Highway Administration, which contributed $128 million in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds to help stimulate our local economy. This major expansion and revitalization project will help reduce congestion and improve traffic flow on this important freeway that serves as a gateway to Victor Valley, Riverside County, Orange County, Los Angeles County and points beyond. See a project map...