Interstate 10 Pavement Rehabilitation Project

Location and Limits

In Los Angeles County, from Interstate 605 to Citrus Avenue.

The Project

The I-10 Pavement Rehabilitation Project in Baldwin Park and West Covina will improve safety by replacing worn pavement on the No. 2 and No. 3 lanes in eastbound and westbound directions, extending the median to 10 feet in both directions, upgrading overhead signs, modifying the westbound I-10 on-ramp from northbound Baldwin Park Boulevard to provide a standard T-intersection for vehicle entrance, enhance curb ramps to Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards, and improve traffic loop detectors and ramp metering systems from I-605 in Baldwin Park to Citrus Avenue in West Covina. The performance measures for this project are 55 lane miles.

Background

The Pavement Rehabilitation project proposes to rehabilitate the existing pavement on I-10 in Los Angeles County. The Pavement Condition Survey (PCS) Inventory indicated that the existing pavement has minor structural problems and needs pavement rehabilitation. A field investigation confirmed these findings. More than 221,000 motorists per day use this stretch of I-10, including 14,000-plus truckers.

Length

6 miles

Benefits

The rehabilitation project will extend pavement service life for 40 years on the mixed-flow lanes and 20 years on lanes with individual slab replacements while improving safety and ride quality with minimal maintenance cost.

Schedule

Spring 2021 through Winter 2023/2024

Concerned Communities

Baldwin Park, West Covina, Los Angeles County

Total Programmed Project Costs

$67 Million, including $5.7 million from Senate Bill (SB) 1, the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017

FAQs

Q: What is the I-10 Pavement Rehabilitation Construction Project?

A: The I-10 Pavement Rehabilitation Project in Baldwin Park and West Covina will improve safety by replacing worn pavement on the No. 2 and No. 3 lanes in eastbound and westbound directions, extending the median to 10 feet in both directions, upgrading overhead signs, modifying the westbound I-10 on-ramp from northbound Baldwin Park Boulevard to provide a standard T-intersection for vehicle entrance, enhance curb ramps to Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards, and improve traffic loop detectors and ramp metering systems from I-605 in Baldwin Park to Citrus Avenue in West Covina. The performance measures for this project are 55 lane miles.

Q: Will this project close the freeway at any time?

A: Three lanes in each direction will remain open through the duration of the project. But special provisions allow the contractor, Security Paving Company, Inc., to close lanes, connectors or ramps for extended periods as needed, including 55-hour weekend closures. Latest Quickmap Road Conditions. All work is weather dependent and subject to change.

Q: Will this project be noisy at night?

A: Noise levels near project areas will be the same level as ordinary freeway traffic and should not disturb neighborhoods nearby. Caltrans will monitor noise levels during construction to minimize the impact to local neighborhoods. If you experience excessive noise or dust related to this construction project, please contact Caltrans.

Q: What is SB 1?

A: Senate Bill 1 (SB 1), the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017, invests approximately $5 billion per year to fix roads, freeways, and bridges in communities across California, as well as strategically investing in transit. In the coming years, SB 1 improvements will be even more visible to the public, with many big projects soon to go out to bid. As of June 30, 2021, more than $15 Billion in SB 1 funding has been invested in transportation projects: $8.8 billion for state transportation projects for both Caltrans and local agencies throughout the state; $4 billion directly to cities and counties; and $2.7 billion directly to transit agencies. Caltrans is committed to conducting its business in a fully transparent manner and detailing its progress to the public. For complete SB1 Details.

Contact Information

To receive email updates about this project, contact the Caltrans representative shown below.

Jim Medina
Public Information Officer
James.Medina@dot.ca.gov

Caltrans – District 7
Twitter @CaltransDist7