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 April 21st, 2014.

The Low Flow Channel on Via Montezuma between Diaz Road and Del Rio is currently open.  

The annual Taste of Temecula will take place at the Town Square April 25th thru April 27th from 11am - 7pm.  Come sample goodies from local restaurants, breweries and wineries.  The following streets will be closed from 2pm on Friday the 25th thru 5am on Sunday the 27th:

Main Street "Y" (the easterly side of Old Town Front Street to Mercedes Street) and Mercedes Street between Third and Fourth Streets.

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


Motorists are asked to please exercise caution when driving near the construction area at 2nd Street between Mercedes Street and Old Town Front Street.  

Calle Colibri: 
Street improvements for the Islamic Center have begun at the intersection of Calle Colibri and Nicolas Road.  Expect traffic controls during the ongoing construction.


French Valley Parkway / Interstate 15 Over-Crossing and Interchange Improvements Project - Phase I: Construction will impact traffic in and around Jefferson Avenue at Cherry Street, Madison Avenue at Auto Mall Parkway, Southbound I-15 between the I-15 / I-215 Junction and Winchester Road, and the I-15 / Winchester Road Interchange.  Traffic control will vary throughout the construction period (JUNE 2012 - APRIL 2014).  For details, click on "French Valley Interchange" in the menu on the left or here: http://www.cityoftemecula.org/Temecula/Government/PublicWorks/FrenchValley.htm

Jackson Street tie-in to Ynez Road is complete, however is open to local traffic only to Elm Street at this time.  Restriping of northern Ynez, starting at Date Street, is scheduled for the week of April 21st.

Main Street Bridge Replacement: 
 Main Street at Murrieta Creek is closed for the duration of the Main Street Bridge Replacement Project as of April 15, 2013.  Duration of the project is 9 to 12 months.

Rancho California Water District will be paving trench repairs at various locations throughout the City.  This will be night work beginning at 8pm.  Expect traffic controls.

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