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Saturday, 03 September 2016 23:01

Romoland Project Paves Way For Incoming Development Projects Featured

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State Route 74, from Interstate 215 to Guthridge Lane, in the Romoland community of Menifee, was repaired and upgraded in both directions to improve safety and prepare for incoming development planned in the area. The $800,000 slurry seal project, completed by Caltrans, repaired potholes and uneven roadway and resurfaced pavement and paved the way for the new AM/PM Gas Station and Jack-in-the-Box, that is now open, at the corner of Trumble Road and SR74.

SR74 is a state highway maintained by Caltrans and is a critical intra-county route that connects the cities of Menifee, Perris, Hemet, and the unincorporated communities of Homeland, and Winchester. This five-mile stretch of SR74 was identified as a key project by Caltrans to improve safety conditions for motorists.

“Thanks to Caltrans for working with the City of Menifee and committing to this much-needed project in the Romoland community. 

It will make travel safer, with less wear and tear on our vehicles, for residents and motorists who use this roadway daily,” said Mayor Scott Mann. “With new development planned in this area, these improvements help to revitalize this corridor and make it more attractive for future projects.”

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