Gilman Springs Road Safety Improvement Corridor

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Project Overview

Estimated Project Cost $17.5-21.5 Million
Construction Start July 2013
Cooperating Agencies

Riverside County Transportation Department
City of Moreno Valley
City of San Jacinto
Caltrans 

Project Contact Dave Stahovich, (951) 955-6780
Project Hotline, (877) 672-7765

 Project Improvements

GILMAN SPRINGS projects scope 8x11   

Upcoming Road Closures

October 21 – December 4, 2013.  Gilman Springs Rd will be closed to through traffic between SR-60 and Bridge Street.  Alessandro Blvd will be closed to through traffic between Theodore Street and Gilman Springs Rd.  Please Click Here for Closure & Detour details:  Oct21 GSR Closure

Map of Oct21 Closure

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Phase 1   (CONSTRUCTION COMPLETED)

Limits:

Gilman Springs Road Pavement Rehabilitation from Soboba Road to East of State Route 79 (Sanderson Avenue/Lamb Canyon Road) in San Jacinto Area

 

GSR-phase1

Scope:

The proposed improvements include pavement grinding and overlay, rolled curb, median curb, and safety enhancements, including centerline rumble strips between Soboba Road and State Route 79, and median delineators and rumble strips across the westbound lanes west of Soboba Road.

Construction COMPLETED:
July 22, 2013 to August 9, 2013

Road Closure:

August 4, 2013 – Gilman Springs Road now open!  Press Enterprise Article:  Gilman Springs Road Opens Early http://www.pe.com/local-news/riverside-county/hemet/hemet-headlines-index/20130805-san-jacinto-gilman-springs-road-reopens-early.ece

Project Cost:

$2.4 Million

 

Phase 2 (CONSTRUCTION COMPLETED)

Limits:

Gilman Springs Road Roadway Improvements, Eastern Moreno Valley

GSR-Phase2

Scope:

This project will rehabilitate the pavement, widen the shoulders and realign several curves along Gilman Springs Road starting southerly of SR-60 to approximately 1.7 miles southerly of Alessandro Boulevard.  In addition, construction of a left turn pocket at the intersection of Gilman Springs Road and Alessandro Boulevard, construction of a southbound passing lane starting southerly of Alessandro Boulevard.  A portion of the project is being done in cooperation with the City of Moreno Valley.

 

Construction:

Beginning October 15, 2013 to December 16, 2013

Road Closure:

Gilman Springs Road will be closed October 21 – December 4, 2013 to through traffic between SR-60 and Bridge Street.  Alessandro Blvd will be closed to through traffic between Theordore Street to Gilman Springs Rd.  Access will be maintained for local residents, businesses and their employees when construction is in progress and during the road closure. 

Estimated Project Cost:

$6.6 Million

Phase 3

 Limits:

Gilman Springs Road Roadway Improvements, Curve realignemnt project from 1000 feet north of Sublette Rd (west) and to northerly of Soboba Road.

GSR-Phase3

Scope:

Gilman Springs Rd Realignment Project Description:

The realignment project on Gilman Springs Road will shift the roadway centerline in order to flatten existing horizontal curves. The proposed roadway alignment utilizes existing roadway right-of-way and minimizes the amount of earthwork (cut/fill) required, therefore reducing overall project cost. The project begins at a point approximately 1,000 feet north of Sublette Rd (west) and extends southerly to a point approximately 150 feet south of Sublette Rd (east), for a total project length of 3,000 linear feet. The project includes new asphalt pavement, removal of old asphalt pavement (old alignment), roadway signs and markings, reflective pavement markers, and centerline rumble stripe (ground-in pavement indentions along yellow centerline). In addition, several utility facilities will be relocated to accommodate the new alignment.

Intersection of Gilman Springs Rd and Soboba Rd Traffic Signal Improvement Description:

In addition to the Gilman Springs Rd Realignment Project, traffic signal improvements will be constructed at the intersection of Gilman Springs Rd (State St) & Soboba Rd.

Construction:

Anticipate start of construction in 2015

Estimated Project Cost:

$3 Million

Phase 4

Limits:

Gilman Springs Road Roadway Improvements between Jack Rabbit Trail and State Route 79 (SR-79)

 

GSR-phase4

Scope:

The proposed project improvements include construction of one or possibly two passing lanes north bound between Jack Rabbit Trail SR-79. 

Construction:

To Be Determined

Estimated Project Cost:

To Be Determined

Phase 5

Scope:

SR-79 and Gilman Springs Rd traffic Signal Improvements:

Traffic signal improvements are planned for the SR-79 northbound and southbound ramps. Caltrans will be the lead agency for the southbound ramps and the County will be the lead for the northbound ramps. Improvements also include roadway widening along Gilman Springs Rd to accommodate two-through lanes of traffic between the ramp intersections.

Construction:

Anticipate start of construction in 2016

Estimated Project Cost:

$1.5 Million

 

Public Documents

Name Description File Type
October 21st Closure Notice Details on Gilman Springs Rd Closure October 21 – December 4

Project Photos

Project Contacts

Cindi Wachi, Project Manager
(951) 955-1863
cwachi@rctlma.org

Dave Stahovich, Public Information Officer
(951) 955-6811
dstahovi@rctlma.org

 

 

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