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Long wait ends with Temecula ramping up for freeway project


Last updated 6/6/2017 at Noon

Work will soon begin on a $51 million project that is aimed at unplugging Temecula’s southern-most bottleneck.

That start, which is now being painstakingly strategized and scheduled, marks a key juncture in Temecula’s 15-year push to unravel the knotted freeway ramps that serve the city’s crucial southern corridor.

“We are so ready,” said Mayor Maryann Edwards. “It can’t come soon enough.”

Edwards and other city officials cite the big picture gains – the long-term benefits that will come when the existing ramps at Interstate 15 and Temecula Parkway are finally expanded...

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