Redlands Passenger Rail
The Redlands Passenger Rail Project is reconstructing nine miles of existing rail line to allow passenger rail travel from downtown San Bernardino to the University of Redlands. Four stations are being built to allow passenger access to the trains.
Flatiron is also reconstructing 26 area roadway intersections along the nine-mile stretch.
The final project will give area residents a new transportation option, and one that is purposely integrated with existing car, bus and bicycle routes.
Reconstructing nine miles of existing rail line, plus four new stations.
Project will also include improvements for motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists.