Inland Empire Transportation Management Center
The Inland Empire Transportation Management Center was designed to house both Caltrans and CHP personnel. It provides intermodal, interregional, and interagency traffic management services for the Inland Empire region, which includes the counties of San Bernardino and Riverside.
The IETMC located in the southeast quadrant of the interchange of Interstate 15 and State Route 210, in the City of Fontana, is responsible for monitoring the highways across California’s District 8 which include San Bernardino County and Riverside County, also known as the Inland Empire.
This essential services facility, with a requirement to stay operational on a 24/7 basis for a period of at least three days, is a two-story base isolated structure to protect its inhabitants and the building in the event of a natural disaster such as an earthquake, flood, fire or acts of terrorism.
LocationSan Bernardino, California, USA
- ClientCalifornia Department of General Services
- TypeCivic, Culture & Entertainment / Aviation + Transportation
- Size43,000 F²
AwardsSEAOSC: Excellence in Structural Engineering – New Construction2012Women in Transportation Award: Best Project in the Inland Empire2011California Transportation Foundation: Operational Efficiency Program of the Year2011