More than $5M awarded to Riverside County for transportation projects

More than $5 million is going to multiple transportation infrastructure projects throughout Riverside County, including guardrail upgrades, sidewalk improvements and new freeway message signs, officials announced Aug. 20. The California Department of Transportation is disbursing a total $884 million statewide in the latest round of SB 1 Road Repair & Accountability Act allocations. The largest amount earmarked for Riverside County is $2 million, dedicated to the replacement of on-ramp meters along the Pomona (60) Freeway between Wineville Road near Eastvale and the 60/91/215 interchange in downtown Riverside. Just over $1 million has been set aside for a series of curb ramp improvements on Interstate 15 between Murrieta Hot Springs and Bundy Canyon roads, near Murrieta. Accor
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