I-15 / I-215 Devore Junction
Goods Movement Improvement Project
The junction of Interstate 15 and Interstate 215 near Devore, California, is one of the worst grade-related bottlenecks in the USA. Severe delays are common, especially during peak afternoon and weekend hours. The purpose of the proposed project is to reduce congestion, reduce accidents, and improve freeway operation.
May 1: Community Information Meeting
The Devore Interchange Project development team invites you to a community meeting to learn the latest information about the project design and construction timeline.
Wednesday, May 1 4:30 - 7:30 pm
Kimbark Elementary School Multipurpose Room
18021 Kenwood Ave.
Throughout the project approval/environmental document phase of work, Caltrans and SANBAG conducted a variety of technical studies and obtained public feedback about features associated with each of these design alternatives. Alternative 3A has been selected as the preferred alternative for the project.
- Devore Fact Sheet (updated 1/2013)
The project was one of a limited number statewide that was selected to use the design-build delivery method, rather than the traditional design-bid-build method. The design-build method saves time and promotes coordination between Caltrans, the designer and the contractor. For more information about the design-build phase of this project, go to the site below.