Workshop Set to Discuss Menifee Road Improvement Projects

Menifee residents concerned about traffic in town and road construction plans are invited to attend a "public works workshop" at City Hall on Tuesday, April 30 at 3 p.m.

The meeting will include a general discussion of Public Works activities, procedure and responsibilities, which may include but not be limited to the following specific projects, updates and issues:

Newport Road Widening (Antelope to Menifee Road)

Newport/I 215 Interchange Project

Menifee Road Missing Link (Between Newport & Simpson)

Bradley Culvert Project/Salt Creek

Holland Road Overpass

Scott Road/I 215 Interchange Project

McCall Interchange Project

5-year CIP Budget Process


This meeting is designed to inform residents of the many projects under way or in the planning stages to reduce traffic congestion in Menifee. The meeting will be held in the city council chambers at 29714 Haun Road.





3 Comments:

  1. Oh please, please, please, build that Holland Road overpass before we improve Newport or Scott. We all know how badly they are both in need of serious overhauls, but traffic is horrendous enough with both of these overpasses open without construction. If we start working on one without another outlet for cars, the result will be a nightmare. It can already take as much as 30 minutes or more to get over the freeway (at both Newport and Scott) during rush hour. Take one of those away, and it'll easily double. An overpass at Holland just seems like it should be top priority.

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  2. Good point! In addition, NO Walmart, movie theater, strip malls, schools, houses etc until they build the bridge, widen the roads and improve the overall Menifee infrastructure.

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  3. Newport Road is a total torn up mess from those 18 wheel trucks coming thru it, back and forth from Hemet instead of driving 215. How come they are allowed to bring those huge trucks thru our neighborhoods? They are tearing up Newport, loud, huge, dangerous, etc. Plus, we were promised a signal light at Westlink Drive and Newport Road. The next street down has one, maybe because the side street has newer, bigger homes??? I agree - no more NOTHING until these crappy roads are fixed and big wheelers are banned from using them.

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