A list and a map showing 20 Southwest Riverside County Caltrans District 8 freeway projects either underway or planned for the next five years now available from the district offices in San Bernardino were handed out at a Riverside County District 3 Municipal Advisory Council meeting in Anza Nov. 9.
The information is available on request from residents in Riverside and San Bernardino County. Caltrans District 8 is a part of the state transportation agency’s efforts to be more transparent with their projects. The district offices are located at 464 W. 4th Street in San Bernardino or and can be reached by calling (909) 383-4646.
Below is a list of those projects, costs and expected startup and completion dates. The projects will take place on Interstate 10, 15 and 215 and several other state highways.
Interstate 15 in Temecula from 0.2 miles south of California Road to 0.1 miles south of Winchester Road. It will relocate existing roadside facilities to safe work locations and provide vegetation control treatments. The cost will be $1,085,000, starting in spring 2017 and completed in the fall.
Interstate 15 in Temecula from Junction 79 and Winchester Road to the southbound on ramp at Rancho California Road. It will relocate existing road side facilities to safe work locations and provide vegetation control treatments. The cost will be $1,533,000, starting in fall 2018 and completion in fall 2020.
Interstate 15 near Temecula from the San Diego County line to the southbound on ramp at Rancho California Road that will relocate existing roadside facilities to safe work locations and provide vegetation control treatments. The cost will be $1,173,000, starting in the spring of 2017 with completion in the winter.
Interstate 15 in Temecula, Murrieta and Corona from 0.2 miles north of Winchester Road to 0.2 miles south of Warm Springs Creek; 0.05 miles south of Temescal Wash bridge to 0.02 miles south of Parkridge Avenue. The cost will be $820,000 and will provide sediment stabilization, erosion control (source control), starting in summer 2020 with completion in summer 2021.
Interstate 15 in Temecula from 0.42 miles south of Route 15/79 separation to 0.64 miles south of the route 15/215 separation that will do a preventative maintenance overlay treatment. The cost will be $7,875,000, starting in summer 2017 with completion in winter 2018.
Interstate 15 from the San Diego County line to the Temecula River replacing the two outside lanes in both directions. The cost will be $31,010,000, starting in the fall 2020 with completion in spring 2022.
Interstate 15 in Temecula from Rancho California Road to the north junction of 79/Winchester Road to replace plants and the irrigation system. The cost will be $1,210,000, starting summer 2020 with completion winter 2022.
Interstate 15 near Murrieta from 0.5 miles south of Route 1-15/I-215 separation to 0.3 miles north of Clinton Keith Road to relocate signs and electric facilities for safety, modify and upgrade irrigation facilities. The cost will be $3,240,000 starting summer 2019 with completion winter 2020.
Interstate 215 Menifee near Murrieta at Scott Road to reconstruct the interchange. The cost will be $63,781,000 starting in spring 2017 with completion in fall 2018.
Interstate 215 in Murrieta, 2 miles north of Clinton Keith Road to 1 mile south of Scott Road (with city lead) to build a double roundabout interchange. The cost will be $32,406,000 beginning summer 2021 with completion in spring 2023.
Interstate 215 in Murrieta and Menifee from the Route 15/215 separation to 0.5 miles north of Scott Road to provide sediment stabilization and erosion control. The cost will be $6,003,000 starting in winter 2019 with completion winter 2021.
Interstate 215 Murrieta, Menifee and Perris from 0.1 mile south of Keller Road to Cactus Avenue for sediment stabilization and erosion control. The cost will be $1,048,000 starting winter 2019 with completion summer 2023
Interstate 215 in Menifee at McCall Boulevard interchange with interchange modifications. The cost will be $27,510,000 starting summer 2012 with completion summer 2023.
Interstate 215 Menifee to construct a four-lane bridge overcrossing. The cost will be $ 4,000,000 starting summer 2017 with completion summer 2018.
Interstate 215 Murrieta from 0.2 miles north of Clinton Keith Road to 0.5 miles south of Scott Road to install a concrete barrier at the edge of shoulder. The cost will be $3,000,000, starting winter 2019 with completion winter 2020.
Interstate 10 near Banning from 0.3 miles west of East Ramsey Street to San Jack Ditch Bridge to replace barbed wire and wire mesh fence. The cost will be $300,000, starting winter 2020 with completion summer 2021.
Interstates 10, 215, Highways 111, in Riverside and San Bernardino counties to do miscellaneous work including deck rehabilitation, super and substructure repair, railing repairs, scour mitigation and joint and sign replacement. The cost will be $1,961,000, starting winter 2018 with completion spring 2019.
Interstate 10 from Banning, Palm Springs and Blythe at San Gorgonio Wash, Whitewater overflow and the Blythe Bridge for seismic retrofits. The cost will be $4,451,000, starting winter 2018 with completion winter 2019.
Interstate 10 Beaumont rom Pennsylvania Avenue to the 10/111 separation to replace lances 3 and 4 and outside shoulders with JPCP, overlay inside shoulder, concrete slab replacement Lane and upgrade curb ramps lanes 1 and 2. The cost will be $162,231,000, starting fall 2018 and completion winter 2019.
Interstate 10, Routes 60 and 86 at various locations to install five changeable message signs (CMS) on Routes 10 and 60 eastbound and 1 on Route 86 northbound. The cost will be $2,964,000 startup spring 2019 and completion in summer 2019.