DIF funding programmed for Gilman Springs Road passing lane, Rancho California Road roundabout

The Riverside County Board of Supervisors approved the use of developer impact fee revenue for seven projects including a San Jacinto Valley passing lane and a roundabout at a Rancho California intersection in Temecula.The supervisors’ 5-0 vote Tuesday, March 2, programmed $2,937,000 of DIF funding for the seven projects. One of the allocations provides $191,000 for the construction of a passing lane on Gilman Springs Road between Alessandro Road and Bridge Street. Another earmark funds $97,000 to construct a roundabout at Calle Contento and Rancho California Road.The Gilman Springs Road passing line is expected to alleviate traffic congestion. The roundabout is expected to improve traffic operations along Rancho California Road.The funding also includes $1,162,000 for a two-
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