CSUSB Platform Infrastructure Installed

The ticket vending machine, LED arrival/departure sign and security cameras have been installed at the CSUSB sbX station.

The latest work at the CSUSB sbX station is now giving the public a better look at the electrical station components that differentiate the bus rapid transit (BRT) service from regular bus service. During the past month, crews have begun installing the electronic ticket vending machines, LED arrival and departure signs, security cameras and 24/7 emergency call lines at the CSUSB station as well as the Kendall Drive and Palm Avenue park-and-ride facility. In the coming weeks, the electrical components will be energized with testing to take place in the coming months.

LED Arrival/Departure Sign

Further south along the sbX corridor on E Street in San Bernardino, crews continue to work on the new curb, gutter and sidewalk on the east side of the street between 6th Street and 2nd Street. In early July, northbound E Street will be closed between 2nd Street and Court Street for approximately two weeks so construction workers can make improvements that will also include street paving. As a detour, motorists can use D Street to the east. Businesses will be open during this time and parking will continue to be available at the Civic Center parking structure. In addition, northbound E Street between Court Street and 6th Street will close nightly between 9 p.m. and 7 a.m. for similar work.

-Robert Chevez
rchevez@westboundcommunications.com

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