Installation of underground conduit, bridge construction, channel restoration and potholing, among other construction activities, will continue impacting traffic at several points throughout Redlands.
According to the San Bernardino County Transportation Authority, crews began this week installing underground conduit at several rail crossings throughout the corridor as part of the Redlands Passenger Rail Project, also known as Arrow.
Closures are underway from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday to Friday for two weeks at at Seventh and Church streets. Closures at Sixth and Eureka streets are scheduled to begin on Monday, Nov. 18. The closures are for rail crossings only, pedestrian access will be available, said the agency.
Also, construction work at Mill Street to Central Avenue will occur from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays and bridge construction at the Santa Ana River will take place from between 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday
As crews continue with the Bryn Mawr channel restoration, traffic will be impacted, said the agency. In addition, crew will perform various works at Richardson Street between Victoria Street and Hardt Street. Street will remain open for all traffic; however, there will be a one-way traffic control with flaggers onsite.
Work will also be done at California Street, Nevada Street, Colton Avenue, Orange Street and in the downtown area, according to the Transportation Authority.
Unrelated to the rail project, the Mountain View Avenue between Victoria Avenue and Coulston Street, near Redlands, closed this week for a year. The work includes the relocation of high-pressure gas, water and sewer lines as part of an overall widening of Mountain View Avenue from Interstate 10 to the San Bernardino International Airport.