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I-10 HOV (Carpool) Lane Project, Puente Avenue to Citrus Street
Construction of one High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV or carpool) lane, widening of bridges and ramp realignments along the San Bernardino Freeway (I-10) in each direction between Puente Avenue and Citrus Street in Baldwin Park and West Covina.
Interstate 10 has experienced serious congestion while carrying a substantial amount of traffic. To address this issue, approximately 4.1 miles of carpool lanes will be built in each direction of I-10. This is the second of three projects that upon completion will offer one continuous HOV lane from downtown Los Angeles to I-15 in San Bernardino County.
The I-10 HOV project will increase the 532 mile carpool lane system in Los Angeles County, add freeway capacity, reduce congestion by encouraging carpooling, improve traffic flow, and reduce energy consumption, thereby improving air quality. Soundwalls will be constructed to mitigate noise at various locations throughout the project boundaries and help improve the quality of life for residents
$193 million. Ames Construction, Inc. is the contractor on this project.
Construction activity is ongoing at West Covina Parkway and Azusa Avenue in the City of West Covina.
Construction began June, 2014 and has an estimated completion of spring, 2019.
Yessica Jovel, Public Affairs (213) 897-1876
I-10 HOV Fact Sheet (PDF)