San Bernardino’s Devore Interchange Project 90% Done

According to the Victorville Daily Press, October 30, 2015, the $324 million Devore Interchange Project is now 90 percent complete, according to Caltrans. Though not scheduled to be finished until mid-2016, it looks like this massive project will get done sooner than expected. That is mighty good news for all the thousands of Cajon Pass commuters who traverse Interstates 15 and 215 every weekday. According to Caltrans spokeswoman, Tyeisha Prunty, here is what’s left to be completed by the Atkinson Contractors, LP workers: 1. To complete the Cajon Boulevard portion of the project, Cajon Boulevard must be paved, I-15 overcrossing/bridges must be widened and retaining walls erected. I-15 must be widened over Cajon Boulevard in both directions as well, and pavement rehabilitation must be completed “on the mainline of I-15 southbound to I-215 southbound.” 2. Retaining walls must be erected for the Devore on-ramp for I-215 northbound and the I-15 southbound connector ramp. 3. Retaining walls, tunnel paint and pavement work must be done on the Devore on-ramp for I-15 northbound. According to Prunty, the majority of work that might affect traffic in the Cajon Pass will be completed by early February, weather permitting.

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