The Travel Center includes impressive features designed to cater to the needs of both residents and long-haul truck drivers. The facility has 14 gas and eight diesel pumps, ensuring an ample fuel supply for many vehicles. Additionally, the center provides 92 parking spots, ensuring convenience and accessibility for travelers.
Congressman Aguilar Announces $1.5 Million for Clean Energy Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Tech Program at SBVC
Rep. Pete Aguilar announced $1,500,000 for the Clean Energy Hybrid and Electric Vehicle (EV) Technician Program in San Bernardino Valley College (SBVC). This funding will be used to purchase heavy-duty zero-emission trucks and charging stations for students to train and work on.
Rebuilt Second Street Bridge Opens in Downtown San Bernardino
The City of San Bernardino celebrated the reopening of Second Street between Arrowhead Avenue and Mountain View Avenue on Tuesday, March 14, restoring vehicle and pedestrian traffic to a key downtown corridor. The road had been closed for three years for the demolition and reconstruction of the Second Street Bridge, which passes over Warm Creek and was found to have structural issues in 2020.
Ashley Wright: Redlands Artist Brings Color to San Bernardino Bus Stops
In 2022 OmniTrans partnered with art communities The Artlands of Redlands and The Garcia Center […]