T.R.I.P. Report

The purpose of the T.R.I.P. Report (Traffic Restrictions in Progress) is to advise citizens of conditions affecting traffic flow within the City.


The following information consists of general major construction zones that are known at this time, but may not be all inclusive. This update is in effect for the week of September 15th, 2014.


SPECIAL EVENT STREET CLOSURES:

Portions of the Temecula Valley International Film and Music Festival will be taking place in Old Town Temecula in the Town Square Park and Civic Quad, from September 17th thru September 20th, with street closures scheduled as follows:

Main Street "Y" and Mercedes Street from Third to Fourth Streets will close Wednesday, September 17th at 7PM and will re-open on Sunday, September 21st at 5AM. 

Free parking will be available at the Old Town Parking Garage.


RESTRICTED LANES:

Citywide Slurry Seal Project:  
This project involves removing striping, placing crack sealing, applying slurry seal and replacing striping.  Intermittent delays, lane restrictions and parking restrictions will occur on various streets within the Vintage Hills, Rancho Highlands, and Vail Ranch neighborhoods.  Motorists may be flagged around specific work areas.


Eastern Municipal Water District will be doing a sewer tie-in on Temecula Parkway east of Jedediah Smith Road beginning Tuesday night, September 2nd.  The project will take approximately two weeks and will require random detours beginning at 9pm and ending at 5am daily.


Rancho  California Water District may have lane detours until September 30th in both directions at Nicolas Road and Calle Colibri due to main line construction.


Rancho California Water District will have the final asphalt paving cap completed on September 23rd for the water main break which occurred on Temecula Parkway west of Jedediah Smith Road.  Traffic controls will be in effect from 8:30am to noon.


Southern California Edison: The installation of three new Edison vaults in the pavement on Butterfield Stage Road between Pauba Road and Rancho Vista Road will involve a southbound lane closure, as well as the closure of the sidewalk to pedestrian traffic at this location.  Completion is expected by September 26th. 


*There are always some unscheduled street and utility repairs that occur day and night.  Please drive safely thru all delineated construction zones.