ALERT: SR 210 freeway closure canceled due to rain

SR210 closure canceled

The 55-hour closure of SR 210 in Redlands scheduled this weekend has been canceled due to rain in the area.

A series of 55-hour freeway closures are scheduled on select weekends through April that will allow crews to safely perform paving operations on eastbound (EB) and westbound (WB) SR 210 at the on- and off-ramp junctures of the San Bernardino Avenue interchange.  The work is part of the SR 210 Lane Addition and Base Line Interchange Project in Highland and Redlands.

55-hour directional closures will take place during weekends from Friday at 10:00 p.m. to Monday at 5:00 a.m., and are scheduled for the following dates*:

  • Friday, March 3 through Monday, March 6 (WB)
  • Friday, March 10 through Monday, March 13 (WB)
  • Friday, March 24 through Monday, March 27 (EB)
  • Friday, March 31 through Monday, April 3 (EB)
  • Friday, April 14 through Monday, April 17 (EB)

* Please remember construction is dynamic and the schedule is subject to change.

SBCTA SR210 Lane Addition and Base Line Interchange Project Webinar playbutton SBCTA hosted a webinar on Thursday, February 16 to provide an overview of the series of six directional 55-hour freeway closures on SR 210 in Highland and Redlands.

To learn more about the closures and detours:


The SR 210 Lane Addition and Base Line Interchange Project is designed to provide increased traffic flow throughout this corridor. To eliminate the existing bottleneck and provide lane continuity, the SR 210 will be widened from Sterling Avenue to San Bernardino Avenue in the cities of San Bernardino, Highland, and Redlands, as well as an unincorporated portion of San Bernardino County. Base Line Interchange will also be widened from Buckeye Street to Seine Avenue in the City of Highland, which will include widening three of the four interchange ramps. As the SR 210 Lane Addition and Base Line Interchange projects aligned geographically and shared similar delivery schedules, they were combined for the design, right-of-way, and construction phases to save cost and expedite the schedule. In addition, pavement rehabilitation work was added through a cooperative agreement with Caltrans that includes new concrete pavement between 5th Street and Lugonia Avenue. Adding the pavement rehabilitation work during the Lane Addition and Base Line Interchange projects means one less project that the community will have to navigate around in the future.