Perris Valley Line Project

Riverside County Transportation Commission

4th Street at Railroad Crossing

Release Date: February 27, 2015

REVISED

CONSTRUCTION ALERT

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4th Street Closed at Railroad Crossing 
Weekend Full Closures: 

10 pm, Friday, March 6 through 5 am, Monday, March 9

AND

10 pm, Friday, March 13 through 5 am, Monday, March 16

 

Railroad Crossing Construction

 

As part of the Perris Valley Line Project, local streets will be closed to reconstruct the railroad crossings.  Construction crews will remove existing pavement and tracks and replace with new railroad crossing panels, asphalt pavement, and median curbs. Track signals and final pavement will be installed at a later date. A signed detour will be set to help guide motorists around the work area. We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you in advance for your understanding and cooperation. Due to weather changes, closure dates have been changed. Please see below for new closure date. Previous closure indicated full weekend closure starting 10 pm, Friday, February 27 through 5 am, Monday, March 2 and 10 pm, Friday, March 6 through 5 am, Monday, March 9. 


 

DATE & TIME

LOCATION

DETAILS

Weekend Full Closures

10 pm, Friday, March 6 through 5 am, Monday, March 9

AND

10 pm, Friday, March 13 through 5 am, Monday, March 16

4th Street at the railroad crossing between 

C St. and D St. in the 

City of Perris

Access for residents & businesses will be provided from C St. and D St. *

 

 Click here to view 

detour map.

*Trucks shall follow designated Truck Routes only.

  

The safety of motorists, pedestrians and construction workers is RCTC's highest priority. It is dangerous and illegal to enter railroad right-of-way. Please stay clear of railroad tracks and construction activities. Only cross railroad tracks at designated crossings.

 

Visit www.oli.org for additional railroad safety information. 

NOTE: Information contained in this Construction Alert is subject to change without notice, based on weather, field conditions or other operational factors.