I-15 Corridor Project
Interstate 15 is an economic lifeline connecting San Bernardino County and the nation. Daily vehicle traffic averages about 223,000 and this number is expected to increase significantly during the coming decades as the population and economic standing of the High Desert continues to grow.
To address these challenges, SBCTA is examining solutions to provide motorists a choice when traveling along I-15 and to encourage growth, a sustainable environment, and a high quality of life for everyone who live, works and travels in and through San Bernardino County.
On February 15, 2018, the I-15 Corridor Project entered the public review and comment period for the Draft Environmental Document. This period provides the public an opportunity to have a voice in the planning process and submit written comments.
Project Environmental Reports
Initial Study with Proposed Mitigated Negative Declaration
- Air Quality Report
- Community Impact Assessment
- Initial Site Assessment
- Hazardous Materials Survey
- Historic Property Survey
- Hydraulic Study
- Natural Environment Study
- Noise Abatement Decision Report
- Noise Study Report
- Paleontological Evaluation Report
- Scoping Questionnaire for Water Quality Issues
- Site Investigation and Aerially Deposited Lead Survey
- Traffic Study Report
- Visual Impact Assessment
Final and Draft Project Report