Check out this inspiring video of the miles Mike Ehredt ran in honor of all of all the U.S. soldiers killed in Afghanistan. He will be our special guest at Monte Carlo on Saturday, November 8 and at the Veteran's Day celebration at Valencia Terrace on Tuesday, November 11.
Monday, October 20 is the day to "Dine Out with the CORONA Chamber for Jon Jon." This full-day event will be in support of Jon Jon Lorenz, a 7-year-old Wilson Elementary student with a positive outlook in the face of a dire situation. He has been diagnosed with DIPG, a rare, cancerous and inoperable tumor in his brain stem. Please print this flyer (click here to download) and dine out at any of the participating restaurants. We are also asking that you share the event on Facebook and help us show Jon Jon just how much CORONA cares.
Flat tire? Dead battery? The Freeway Service Patrol is here to help. The Riverside County Transportation Commission operates a fleet of roaming tow trucks throughout the 91 corridor during weekday peak commute periods to help stranded vehicles.
During 91 Project construction, FSP hours will be extended in areas where the roadway shoulder is reduced to less than eight feet wide. This extended service began August 11 on the westbound 91 near Main Street to “fill the gap” during morning and afternoon peak commute hours and on weekends. In the Main Street area on the 91, trucks are providing service during off-peak hours and on weekends, in addition to the regular service hours. For more information about FSP operations, read the “Safety FAQs” on the project website.
Crews also recently began removal of the sound wall along the eastbound 91 east of Main Street. This removal will allow crews to excavate dirt in this area and prepare for the future construction of a new sound wall for residents. Throughout the corridor, walls will be removed, and new walls will be constructed in designated locations.
For more information about sound walls, view the “Sound Wall” tab on the project website, sr91project.info.
Daytime pile driving and nighttime pile drilling will be continuing near the Green River Road community in Corona. Pile driving is expected to last until mid-October, and pile driving is anticipated to continue until late November. This work generates significant noise.
Residents and business owners with questions should use the project helpline or website. The Riverside County Transportation Commission is implementing measures to reduce the noise in this area.
To register to receive 91 Project Construction Alerts, visit the “Contact Us” page of the website or call the project helpline, 877-770-9191. For other updates, please like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. In addition, real-time traffic conditions and transit information is available by calling 511 or by visiting ie511.org.
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