Reduce congestion and improve safety by relieving the I-15/Winchester Road interchange and minimizing weaving movements on I-15 between Winchester Road and the I-15/I-215 Junction.
A new arterial, French Valley Parkway, connecting Jefferson Avenue and Ynez Road
A new interchange connecting French Valley Parkway to I-15
A new collector/distributor system along I-15 between Winchester Road and the I-15/I-215 Junction
Modifications to the I-15/Winchester Road interchange such as ramp widening for additional lanes
Phasing (3 Phase Implementation) Phase I Shown in red on aerial map. Construction Complete: Designed to provide interim relief by widening the existing southbound off-ramp at Winchester Road, constructing the southbound off-ramp at the future French Valley Parkway, and constructing the westbound portion of French Valley Parkway between the new off-ramp and Jefferson Avenue.
Phase II Shown in blue on aerial map. Designed to provide interim relief by constructing the northbound collector/distributor system along I-15.
Phase II Status: Working with Caltrans to develop a revised work plan and scope to adjust project phasing from two phases to three phases.
Phase II Contact: Kendra Hannah-Meistrell, City of Temecula Project Manager 951-693-3949
Phase III Shown in green on aerial map. Future Work: Designed to provide ultimate relief by constructing the balance of French Valley Parkway from Jefferson Avenue to Ynez Road, the full interchange connection to I-15, and the southbound collector/distributor system along I-15.