The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and Caltrans have approved the Final Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Impact Statement (FEIR/EIS) and Section 4(f) Evaluation of the I-10 Corridor Project.
You have a voice for choice in this process. SBCTA is committed to ongoing, meaningful community input to ensure the I-10 and I-15 Corridor Projects reflect the values and priorities of the people who live and travel in San Bernardino County. Your comments, questions and suggestions are welcome any time. Send us your input here, or through our many ways to stay connected.
The projects have three established Community Adivsory Groups (West Valley, East Valley and High Desert) that meet as necessary. Members review project status updates and provide critical feedback to the project team. New members can be added as space is available. Learn more about getting involved on the Community Advisory Groups page.
Conducted primarily during the environmental review process, these meetings help everyone to learn about the project status and provide input on next steps. The public review period of the draft environmental document for the I-10 Corridor Project was from April 25 to June 13, 2016. Some SBCTA Board of Directors meetings also address the project, and are open to the public. Sign-up for updates to learn about future meetings, and visit the calendar.
Upon request, project team members could meet with community groups to provide brief presentations and collect input about the project. Send us a message to learn more.
Signing-up for updates on this website keeps you informed with real-time notifications when new information, meetings and input opportunities are available. The project's many other ways to stay connected also provide frequent updates.
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