Category: Blog

Measure Impact: The Victor Valley

The Victor Valley could see the future coming, and with the help of Measure I, has invested millions of dollars in roadway and mobility improvements to accommodate a doubling of its population over the past 15 years. Today, more than 575,000 call the Victorville-Hesperia-Apple Valley metro area home, with another 100,000-plus on their way in […]

Paula Beauchamp Retiring After 30 Years in Transportation Engineering

SBCTA Director of Project Delivery and Toll Operations, Paula Beauchamp, will be retiring on March 1st after more than 13 years with the agency. Paula served nearly 10 years with Caltrans District 8 before moving to the private sector and then joining SBCTA as a consultant in 2008. She not only has made a significant […]

Measure Impact: The Barton Road Interchange Project

The Barton Road Interchange Project is one for the books – an engineering masterpiece that, since its completion last year, has significantly improved circulation along one of the busier stretches of the 215 Freeway, reduced congestion on local roads, and created an efficient, safe means for motorists entering or exiting the freeway at Grand Terrace. […]

New Year Brings Reminder to Slow Down

With the holiday season behind us and a bright, new year ahead, SBCTA is here with a reminder to slow down, minimize your distractions and be aware of changing road conditions on local streets and freeways. SBCTA and its local partners are working on improving your commute through several active construction projects in the county, […]

Arrow’s First DMU Arrives in San Bernardino

Another major milestone was realized on Thursday, December 2nd, as the first Diesel Multiple Unit (DMU), slated for service on the Arrow corridor between San Bernardino and Redlands, was delivered to the Arrow Maintenance Facility in San Bernardino. This new train is the first of three that will serve as the initial fleet for the […]

Infrastructure Bill a Game-Changer for Mobility Improvements

The $1.2 trillion federal infrastructure bill, signed today by President Biden, is great news for communities and counties such as ours as we address current needs while investing in innovative mobility options for the future. The bill includes $550 billion in new spending, allowing San Bernardino County to compete for funds that weren’t previously available. […]
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