I-10 Tune Up Pavement Rehabilitation
The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) will begin construction on a pavement rehabilitation project on Interstate 10 (I-10), from Beaumont to State Route 111 (SR-111). This roughly, 20-mile long project, dubbed the I-10 Tune Up, is scheduled to start February 2020 and end late 2022.
The I-10 Tune Up will replace various damaged concrete slabs, rehabilitate the pavement in the project area, upgrade various on and off ramps, and upgrade the guardrail and drainage systems. Work will be completed in approximately, 5-mile segments, beginning with Segment 2 from Banning to Cabazon. Crews will complete eastbound work, then switch to the westbound side within each segment.
To complete the project without reducing freeway capacity, crews will build a temporary “crossover lane” in the construction area. A crossover lane creates a workspace by shifting one lane of traffic to the other side of the freeway using temporary k-rail.
What to Expect
During daytime work, Caltrans plans to have four lanes open in each direction and work will take place behind k-rail. There may be occasions that daytime ramp closures will be required. Nighttime work will require lane and ramp closures which could be down to one lane. The crossover lane traffic pattern change, along with narrower 11-foot-wide-lanes, will naturally cause motorists to reduce their speed. The speed limit is reduced from 70 MPH to 60 MPH in the work zone for motorist and worker safety. Big Rigs and autos with trailers will still maintain 55 MPH in the work zone.
- Daytime work hours will be Monday through Friday, 6 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
- Nighttime work hours 7 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
The I-10 is a major east-west connector route transporting people and goods through California. The heavily traveled roadway is crack and in disrepair. This project will restore structural integrity and ride quality in the project area, and minimize maintenance needs, therefore minimizing worker exposure.
$220 million, of which $116 million was SB 1 Funded.
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Contact the Project Team
For questions, please contact Emily Leinen, Public Information Officer by email (Emily.Leinen@dot.ca.gov) or at (909) 383-1910.This information is subject to change based on field or construction conditions.