Measure 1 Street Projects in the Inland Empire Your Tax Dollars at Work

In addition to freeway projects, Measure I provides funds for major street improvements throughout the San Bernardino Valley. These funds are used for major rehabilitation, construction or reconstruction of main thoroughfares, also called arterial streets. A Measure I Arterial Program Five Year Plan is adopted each year to allocate funds for these streets. The following streets have been improved or identified for improvement since Measure I's passage: Widening of Baseline, City of Highland Widening of E Street, City of San Bernardino Construction of Monte Vista Avenue, City of Montclair, City of Upland, County of San Bernardino Widening of Haven Avenue, City of Rancho Cucamonga Construction and signalization of Milliken Avenue, City of Rancho Cucamonga Right of way and construction of Ramona Avenue detour, City of Chino Right of way and construction of Ramona Avenue extension, City of Chino Hills Right of way and construction of Euclid Avenue, City of Chino Right of way and construction of Riverside Drive, City of Chino Construction of Los Serranos Drive, City of Chino Hill Construction of Butterfield Drive, City of Chino Hills Right of way and construction of Fairfield Ranch Road, City of Chino Hills Right of way and construction of Highland Avenue, City of Fontana Right of way and construction of Easton Avenue, City of Rialto Construction of State Route 210 bridges at Benson Avenue, Mountain Avenue, San Antonio Avenue, Euclid Avenue, Campus Avenue, Sapphire Street, Carnelian Street, Beryl Street, Hellman Avenue, Amethyst Street, Archibald Avenue, Hermosa Avenue, Haven Avenue, Milliken Avenue, Rochester Avenue, Day Creek Boulevard, Etiwanda Avenue, Citrus Avenue, Sierra Avenue, Riverside Avenue, Pepper Avenue, and State Street, City of Upland, City of Rancho Cucamonga, City of Fontana, City of Rialto and City of San Bernardino Railroad grade crossings for the San Gabriel Subdivision at Monte Vista Avenue, Central Avenue, Benson Avenue, Mountain Avenue, San Antonio Avenue, Euclid Avenue, Campus Avenue, Grove Avenue, Archibald Avenue, Turner Avenue, Haven Avenue, Rochester Avenue, Citrus Avenue, Sierra Avenue, Alder Avenue, Locust Avenue, Cedar Avenue, Cactus Avenue, Riverside Avenue, Pepper Avenue, and Rancho Avenue, City of Montclair, City of Ontario, City of Fontana, City of Rialto, City of Colton and County of San Bernardino Railroad grade crossings for the Union Pacific Los Angeles Subdivision at Grove Avenue and Archibald Avenue, City of Ontario Realignment of Highland Avenue, City of Rancho Cucamonga 210 FREEWAY COMPLETION CURRENT CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS: RIALTO AND SAN BERNARDINO Construction at Cactus avenue Construction is underway on the second stage of work to extend Route 210 through Rialto and San Bernardino. (Stage I work started in July 2003 and was completed in March 2005). The second stage of work, which started in early 2005, will continue until the freeway is complete and open to drivers. The estimated date of completion for this last section of the freeway is late 2007, but this date is contingent upon good weather and no unforeseen delays. As with all construction projects, completion dates for this project are subject to change. SANBAG has awarded two construction contracts totaling $146 million for this work, which stretches from Linden Avenue in Rialto to the connection with Route 30 in San Bernardino. Construction activity includes: Implementation of the Highland Avenue detour between Ayala Drive and Riverside Avenue in Rialto (started February) Construction of the Lilac Avenue pedestrian bridge New bridge construction at: - Cactus Avenue, Rialto - Highland Avenue, Rialto - Pepper Avenue, Rialto - Lytle Creek Wash, San Bernardino - State Street, San Bernardino - California Street, San Bernardino - Highland Avenue, San Bernardino - 27th Street, San Bernardino Widening and retrofit of existing Burlington Northern Santa Fe bridge at Cajon Boulevard Retrofit of existing Muscoy Union Pacific bridge Widening of the existing bridge at Little Mountain Drive Realignment of Highland Avenue between Riverside Avenue and Pepper Avenue Widening of separation between Route 210 and Interstate 215 Reconstruction of existing loop ramps at the Route 210/Interstate 215 interchange Construction of a storm drain system beneath State Street in San Bernardino Construction of 12 retaining walls, including three mechanically stabilized earth (MSE) walls and one tieback retaining wall Construction of five sound walls in San Bernardino Local street improvements near the freeway corridor in San Bernardino Construction of cul de sacs on Acacia Avenue south of Route 210, Macy Street north of Route 210, Washington Street west State Street and 19 th Street east of State Street Construction of on-ramps and off-ramps at Ayala Drive, Riverside Avenue and State Street (Pepper Avenue is expected to open on ramp/off-ramp after the freeway opens to drivers, pending extension of the street north to the freeway by the City of Rialto). Excavation of dirt and other earthwork throughout the freeway corridor Freeway lane paving and striping Installation of signs and lights and other finish work