91 Project Update
October 2014

Thank you for your interest in the Riverside County Transportation Commission's 91 Project. This monthly e-bulletin offers news and updates about this project, which started construction in Corona and Riverside. For the latest information, please stay connected through the links below and the project helpline.

Construction to Start Near Santa Ana River Trail 

As part of the 91 Project, work will begin this fall near the Santa Ana River Trail (SART) along Green River Road in Corona. Improvements include building a retaining wall along the 91, realigning Green River Road and constructing a new, permanent parking lot for trail users.


Work will occur as follows:

  • Phase 1: Shifting the parking area along Green River Road (fall 2014), followed by work on a 23-foot retaining wall along the westbound 91 (fall 2014 to summer 2015)  
  • Phase 2: Constructing the south half of Green River Road after the retaining wall is completed (late summer 2015)
  • Phase 3: Constructing the north half of Green River Road and a permanent parking lot (fall 2015). The new, permanent parking lot will feature 56 parking stalls, new sidewalk and curb and a drinking fountain.  

Please note that these dates are subject to change, based on weather and other factors.


During construction, trail users will be directed to a temporary parking lot east of the entrance to the Green River Golf Club. Trail users should not park at the Green River Golf Club unless they are patronizing the club. Please pay close attention to posted signs, use reduced speeds and drive safely through this area. 


For more information, please click here to view the "91 Seconds on the 91" video.


Crews Work to Maintain Clean Project Corridor


Safety is top priority for the 91 Project, and crews recently have developed a schedule to keep the project area clean and free of debris. On a weekly basis (usually on Thursdays) crews sweep and perform maintenance on the inside and outside shoulders throughout the project corridor. On Fridays, crews remove trash and manage other clean-up activities along the 91 and 15 roadways.


In addition, property management crews are working to remove graffiti, abandoned furniture and dumped items on properties that have been acquired for the project.

To request removal of trash or other items, please call the helpline, 877-770-9191 or use the "Contact Us" section of the website, sr91project.info


Business Spotlight: 

Jenson USA Focuses on Customer Service


At Jenson USA Bicycles, "customers are everything." Located at 2410 Wardlow Road, east of Serfas Club Drive, Jenson USA houses more than 20,000 bicycle parts and is a go-to place for all things cycling - complete bikes, apparel, accessories and more. Led by founder and Chief Executive Officer Mike Cachat, who turned his passion for riding into a successful business, Jenson USA also is fortunate to have an educated and experienced staff.


Jenson USA launched as a small start-up business while Cachat was still in college. Over the years, the business has grown tremendously, but one thing remains unchanged: a love for cycling.

"We're first and foremost a bicycle company that's passionate about the sport and the people who enjoy it," Cachat said.

Jenson USA is open Monday through Friday from 10 am to 7 pm; Saturday from 9 am to 6 pm, and Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm. 


Jenson USA Bicycles

2410 Wardlow Road, Corona, CA 92880



 Business Spotlights are for informational purposes only. The 91 Project, RCTC and partner agencies are not endorsing these businesses.


Business Spotlight: 

Corona Regional Medical Center Committed to Community


Built on strong community ties and a commitment to quality since 1933, Corona Regional Medical Center (CRMC) is a major health care hub along the 91 Project corridor. Located at 800 S. Main Street, the hospital is the area's designated regional trauma center.

CRMC's network includes a hospital and rehabilitation campus with more than 1,300 trained healthcare workers and physicians skilled in 40 specialties, such as wound care, obstetrics, emergency services, diabetes management and more. About 71 percent of the hospital's caregivers live in the Corona Valley. 

The 91 Project team is working with CRMC to help the staff and patients navigate construction. Please stop by the 91 Project booth at the hospital's Community Health Fair on November 1.


Corona Regional Medical Center (CRMC)

800 S. Main Street, Corona 92882

(951) 737-4343


* Business Spotlights are for informational purposes only. The 91 Project, RCTC and partner agencies are not endorsing these businesses. 

Project Overview

Led by the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC), the 91 Project will add regular lanes, tolled express lanes, auxiliary lanes and a direct express lane connector from northbound 15 to westbound 91 and eastbound 91 to  southbound 15. Improvements to interchanges, bridges, ramps,  and local streets also will be made along the 91.

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