Plans for Reconstruction of the I-15/I-215 Interchange Progress
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With recreational travelers bound for Las Vegas and Laughlin combining with commuter traffic and freight movement, the junction of Interstate 15 and Interstate 215, known as the Devore interchange, likely qualifies as the the worst bottleneck on the I-15 in San Bernardino County.

And as Dug Begley reports today in a Press-Enterprise article titled Devore Interchange Discussed Today, the San Bernardino Association of Governments in planning to do something about it:

The interchange, a well-known bottleneck near where traffic enters and exits the Cajon Pass to the High Desert, is part of a $400 million project to widen I-15 and rebuild the ramps linking the two freeways.

SANBAG is currently sponsoring workshops to gather public input about the project and has posted details about the Devore Intechange Reconstruction on its website.  Current projections put the start of construction in 2013.

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