A Success Story

In 2004, with voter approval, San Bernardino County embarked on an ambitious and virtually unprecedented program to tackle traffic congestion by improving 38 crucial interchanges, where some of the most significant congestion in the county occurs. In 2017, the transformation at the I-10 and Pepper Avenue interchange was completed. This represents the 8th interchange improved in eight years – essentially one a year – with the program on target to complete 12 more projects by 2023. Besides its sheer scale, what makes the program even more unique is the partnership of cities that have fronted funds to expedite interchange projects, as well as contributions from the private sector.

Commute Times Steady Despite Increase in Freeway Congestion.
Commute Times Stay Steady Tracking commuter trends and transportation system demand helps gauge the ease…
Vehicle Registrations Grow.
Vehicle Registration & Fuel Type
Alternative Fuel Vehicles on the Rise Tracking vehicle registrations can help a community understand its…
Number of Traffic Collision Victims Increases.
Traffic Safety
Number of Traffic Collision Victims Up 10% in One Year Traffic safety is an important…
Metrolink Train at Santa Fe station, San Bernardino County, California
Bus Ridership is Falling; Rail Ridership Holds Steady The ability of residents and workers to…
Transportation Infrastructure Investment
Transportation Infrastructure Investment
6-Year Planned Transportation Investment: $4 Billion A comprehensive, well-maintained, and effective road and transit network…