Tag: State Route 330

GUARDRAIL PROJECT TO BEGIN ON STATE ROUTE 330

Big Bear, CA, July 18th, 2016 – The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) District 8 has awarded a $577,000 project to Danny Hubbs Construction, Inc. of Yucaipa to install Midwest Guardrail Systems in various locations on State Route 330 (SR-330) from 2.7 miles north of Highland Avenue to the State Route 330/18 Junction in Running Springs. The project is scheduled to begin Monday, August 1 and continue until mid-September 2016. The work hours are 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Flagging will be necessary during the work hours in the two-lane segments of SR 330. No flagging will be required in the passing...

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Bridge Replacement Work Begins on State Route 38

Big Bear, CA, April 3, 2015 – Caltrans has started work on SR-38 to rehabilitate the Hathaway Creek Bridge near Barton Flats.The project will replace the bridge deck and approach slabs, and upgrade the pavement and bridge rails. The project will also improve drainage, grind existing pavement, and retrofit the bridge abutment with bolsters. One-way traffic control will be necessary for the duration of the project, through early 2016. Flagging will be in effect until Monday, April 20, when a solar powered, one way traffic control signal will be in place and activated. Work hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., however the one way traffic control will be in place at all times. Motorists are advised to pay attention to all traffic signs and signals, and use extreme caution when traveling through the work zone. Delays are expected to be approximately 15 minutes, however delays could be up to 30 minutes depending on traffic flow and equipment movement. Motorists are encouraged to use SR-330 and SR-18 when driving to and from Big Bear to avoid...

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State Route 330 Re-Open Update

San Bernardino, CA, May 3, 2011, 8:00am – At the San Bernardino City and County Conference on April 28th, Dr. Ray Wolfe, District 8 Director for Caltrans, announced that progress to date on the emergency repairs on State Route 330 are well ahead of schedule.  Given this, Dr. Wolfe stated “we are targeting opening the highway to traffic before the 4th of July holiday absent some unforeseen issue.”  Additionally he added “we are also attempting to perform enough work to hopefully open the highway for the Memorial Day weekend- even if we return to limited use after the holiday weekend. Without the focused efforts of everyone engaged in this work, the reality of traffic restoration on the highway would be months in the future,” stated Dr. Wolfe.  He continued to acknowledge the hard work and dedication of the project’s partners including Skanska and SEMA Construction, the US Forest Service, California Highway Patrol and the Federal Highway Administration.  Caltrans is optimistic but cautions the public that a great deal of work remains to be completed and with that lies potential risks that could force these dates to change.  Currently, State Route 330 is open to one-way commuter passenger vehicles from Monday to Friday for down bound traffic between 6am to 8am and up bound traffic from 4pm to 6pm.  State Route 330 was originally projected to take over two years...

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