I Support Riverside County Projects

The Riverside County Transportation Commission is seeking federal funding for projects that enhance safety, economic development, equity, mobility, and the environment. Register your support for any or all of the four projects below to include your name in RCTC’s applications for federal funding assistance.

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I-10 Highland Springs Avenue Interchange, Banning/Beaumont:
Main connection between I-10 and residential, retail, commercial, medical, and employment centers. Would relieve traffic bottlenecks for motorists and emergency vehicles by reconfiguring lanes to the underpass and adding lanes to the ramps for better access. Learn more.

I-15 Corridor Operations Project, Corona/Temescal Valley:
Area of heavy traffic congestion on southbound I-15, especially during peak afternoon hours. Would add non-tolled lane to southbound I-15 between Cajalco Road and Weirick Road to improve traffic flow and accommodate current and future needs. Read on.

Moreno Valley/March Field Station Improvements:
Metrolink station located between Riverside and Perris on the 91/Perris Valley Line. Would promote use of passenger rail by adding a train platform and upgrading tracks to create more efficient Metrolink service, a better public transit option for commuters, economic development near stations, and improved air quality. Keep reading.

Smart Freeway Pilot Project, Temecula/Murrieta:
Area of heavy afternoon traffic congestion on northbound I-15 from the San Diego/Riverside County Line to the 15/215 Interchange in Murrieta. Would improve safety, maintain traffic flow, promote economic efficiencies, and reduce pollution using technology to track roadway conditions, adjust ramp metering, and provide real-time travel information to motorists. More info.