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Cajon Pass

Upcoming Nighttime Street Closures on I-15 and I-215 From July 21 to 26, 2014

DEVORE:(– As part of the Devore Interchange Project, crews will conduct nighttime activities. This will necessitate local street closures for the safety of the public and workers. Following are details of construction activities that will begin on Monday night, July 21 and end on Saturday morning, July 26, 2014. Closure restrictions will be lifted each day so motorists can travel at peak daytime traffic times. Noise can be expected with these activities.

Please note that information contained in this commuter alert is subject to change without notice based on weather, field conditions or other operational factors.

*NOTE – There are no planned nighttime freeway closures this coming week.

Cajon Pass


Stay Alert to Minimize Distractions

  • Dedicate your full attention to the roadway
  • Avoid changing the radio station, using a mobile phone, eating, or other distractions that can remove your concentration from the road
  • Listen to the signs
  • Watch for brake lights on vehicles ahead
  • Watch traffic around you and be prepared to react

Merge into the Proper Lane

  • Merge well before you reach a lane closure
  • Be aware that traffic patterns can change daily

Don’t Tailgate

  • Follow other vehicles at a safe distance

Obey the Posted Speed Limit

  • Workers may be present just feet away
  • Fines may be doubled for moving traffic violations
  • Be prepared to slow down further if conditions indicate the need

Change Lanes Safely

  • Change lanes only where pavement markings indicate, and only when traffic conditions permit

Expect the Unexpected

  • Workers, work vehicles, or equipment may enter your lanes without warning
  • Other vehicles may slow, stop or change lanes unexpectedly

Plan Ahead

  • Plan ahead for your travel and give yourself extra time to safely travel the corridor

Report Drunk Driving

  • If you see suspicious driving behavior, call 911

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