Transportation Infrastructure:

Your Gateway
To the U.S.A.

A Distribution Centerpoint

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 the western U.S.


The San Bernardino County Transportation Authority (SBCTA) provides information on transportation plans projects, and funding countywide.

Transportation Studies

SBCTA has established itself as a significant voice in the development of transportation in San Bernardino County and throughout the region. Focused on its commitment to the businesses and residents of our county, the Authority is active on an aggressive planning effort to ensure vitality for today and tomorrow.

Current Transportation Projects

Investing in how people and goods move effectively throughout San Bernardino County is critical to the economic vitality of the region. SBCTA partners with Federal, State, and Local agencies to deliver on key projects to keep us moving.

Public Transportation

Get informed about the public transportation options via rail and bus service in the County and beyond.