ADELANTO, Calif. – The US 395 widening project is finally set to begin, with the groundbreaking celebration taking place this week.
On Tuesday, April 16, 2019, officials from the City of Victorville, City of Adelanto, and San Bernardino County, were attendance to celebrate the groundbreaking of the widening project. Victorville’s Mayor Garcia, Council Member Debra Jones, Supervisor Lovingood, Adelanto Mayor Gabriel Reyes, President of SBCTA and director of Caltrans. In addition, Cadets from Victor Valley High School were in attendance and the Riverside Prep Band played National Anthem.
The project is set to widen the two lanes from Palmdale Road to Chamberlaine Way to four lanes. This project will help the flow of traffic for those who use US 395 as part of their commute or those who will be supporting the shopping center that will be from the area of Mojave Drive, to Seneca Drive.
“US 395 is a heavily traveled corridor, and we hope this will help improve safety and quality of life for our community,” Victorville officials said. Commuters are concerned about upcoming delays due to the project after dealing with the 4-month closure of Mojave Drive at US 395.
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