The northbound lanes of a 15 Freeway by a Cajon Pass reopened late Wednesday, according to a California Highway Patrol.
The freeway, a pivotal trucking and commuter track that connects Southern California with Nevada, was sealed after a 25,626-acre Blue Cut glow erupted Monday in San Bernardino County.
The CHP reopened a connector highway between a northbound 15 Freeway and a 215 Freeway about 10:15 p.m. Shortly thereafter, a northbound 15 Freeway lanes were reopened.
Several off-ramps from a turnpike sojourn closed, including Kenwood Avenue, Cleghorn Road, Highway 138 and Oak Hill Road, according to a state Department of Transportation.
The southbound lanes of a 15 Freeway, as good as Highway 138, another vital alley in a area, were approaching to sojourn sealed until serve notice, according to a CHP.
Caltrans crews were operative to correct guardrails and sections of a highway shop-worn by a large fire.
The freeway runs from San Diego, by a Inland Empire and opposite a Mojave Desert into Nevada. The reopening of a alley will substantially palliate overload stirred by a large depletion of residents around a Blue Cut fire’s bake area.
Caltrans suggested motorists to expostulate with a full tank of gas and to be prepared for delays.