Riverside County Projects
Riverside County Transportation Department
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Riverside county

Major Projects

 

Bettering communities

Headquartered in Riverside, California, The Riverside County Transportation Department is responsible for the design, operation and maintenance of roads, bridges and transportation facilities within the unincorporated areas of the County - an area of about 7,300 square miles. The County maintains 2,234 miles of roads and 108 bridges. The Department protects the health and safety of residents and improves the quality of life through a variety of critical activities. These activities include the engineering design, construction and maintenance of County roads; review of plans and construction of transportation facilities by private land development; and land surveying and map processing. Our focus is to enhance the quality of life of our communities by improving safety, maintaining existing roads and bridges and enhancing roadway capacity to keep up with our population growth.

You can find a list of various projects sorted by type listed below.  

 

Contact

➤ LOCATION

4080 Lemon St
Riverside, CA  92501

☎ CONTACT

rcprojects@rivco.org
(951) 955-6800

 

Our Projects


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The Transportation Department currently manages several different projects which have already begun construction. Click Here


completed projects

The Transportation Department has completed several major projects.  Take a look back at some of our biggest accomplishments. Click Here


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Find out about our future projects which have not begun construction yet and are still in the planning and design phases. Click Here


transportation improvement program

The Transportation Department receives revenue from a variety of sources. At present, we have approximately 200 identified sources of funds. The capital expenditure of these funds is defined in a document we produce called the “Transportation Improvement Program” or “TIP”. This document provides a multi-year projection of revenues and expenditures. It is updated and approved by the Board of Supervisors annually. The FY 2018 thru 2020 TIP budgets $789 million in total improvements with $156 million planned for FY 17/18.  Note: This represents the capital budget for the department. The operating budget numbers are not included.  Click here to view the latest TIP Annual Report


The County will spend close to $42,420,000 of gas tax funds over the next two years which will help improve about 600 miles of our roads. Click Here


transportation news

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