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Friday, May 20, 2022

When will the separation work on Butterfield Stage Road in Temecula be completed?

V: According to Temecula resident Phyllis Bettelheim, construction on the middle lane of Butterfield Stage Road between Calle Chapos and Rancho California Road in Temecula has been going on for months with long periods of inactivity. She asked why it is taking so long and when is it expected to be completed.

A: According to Patrick Thomas, director of public works at Temecula, the bulk of the landscaping work is being done by the developer of Sommers Bend, a large new residential development in the wine country. Work is progressing and also involves the Rancho Water District in California, which is coordinating the construction of the irrigation infrastructure needed for plants in the midland.

Ron Moreno, a civil engineer for the city of Temecula involved in the project, said a meeting between the city, the developer and the water district is scheduled for early January and the various organizations are working on schedule to complete the median project and landscaping. . Moreno said construction should be tentatively completed by April or May, and that includes a “factory setup” period. “Once the median is completed, any planting that is made, such as shrubs, flowers, etc., must be demonstrated to stay alive and be established before the city accepts the median,” Moreno explained.

V: Dennis Houser complained about what he called “an absolute traffic nightmare” at the intersection of River Canyon Road and Washington Street in Colton on any normal business day, from 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm. “Motorists are turning this intersection into free access for everyone by turning off the wrong lanes, blocking the intersection and running red lights. The Colton police spent a total of about five days there over the course of two weeks and have not returned since.” Houser asked if the city had any solutions.

A: Over the past couple of years, River Canyon Road has become the shortest route between the Colton area and the Moreno Valley. Colton City Manager Bill Smith agrees with our reader that Smith called this intersection “one of the toughest intersections in Colton.” He said the city is aware of the traffic issues and has short and long term plans to address them.

“In the short term, we are actively working to better synchronize the signals of this intersection, as well as all the objects surrounding it. Once completed, this should help with congestion issues, although it is unlikely that this will completely eliminate the problem,” Smith said. “In the long term, the City is actively pursuing the River Canyon Road redevelopment project to hopefully address several issues, including this one. This is a long-term project, the design and environmental stages of which are scheduled to be completed at the end of this year.”

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