The County of San Bernardino has approximately 10,000 miles of roadways, including 6 Federal Interstate Highways, 2 Federal U.S. Highways, and 18 State Highways. The highway system includes two of the nation’s most important interstate highways, Interstate 10 and Interstate 15, which link Southern California to the Western U.S. and national business centers across the country. Locally, Highways 210, 60 and Interstate 40 also connect the Inland Empire with the region and western U.S.
From 2010 to 2011, the County completed the I-10/Cypress Avenue Overcrossing, I-215 Freeway/5th Street Bridge, and the SR 210/Muscoy Railroad Bridge projects. In addition, the $723 million I-215 freeway widening project is currently in its last two phases and is planned to be completed by the end of 2013 (San Bernardino Sun, 2013). The County is also planning to complete within the next 5 years projects involving the Needles Highway, I-15/215 Devore Interchange, and the Cedar Avenue/I-10 Interchange.