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Construction Activities - Feb. 27 to Mar. 7

 

91 Project

Alert #63

Release Date: February 27, 2015

CONSTRUCTION ALERT

 

Construction Activities - February 27 - March 7, 2015

 

As part of the Riverside County Transportation Commission's 91 Project in Corona and Riverside, construction crews will conduct numerous activities on the 15 and the 91. Noise can be expected with these activities. For the safety of construction workers and the motoring public, closures will be needed. Following are details for work taking place Friday night, February 27 to Saturday morning, March 7, 2015.

 

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

 


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Dine out for the Stacy Family!

Click here to learn more about the event, how to sign up to participate if you're a restaurant, RSVP to the Facebook event, and more! Don't forget to download the flyer!

 


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CCU kicks off with a bang

"I found the [first CORONA Chamber University] meeting to be fantastic. I learned a lot and was reminded of the many things we take for granted and all the excuses we make along the way. [Ja Marr] without a doubt is a great educator and motivator. He was able to engage the room with valuable information we could all put into practice immediately. I feel this type of learning environment is very conducive to discovering new practical ideas we can actually use. I look forward to attending the next class.  I can't thank you enough for inviting me to be your guest!"

- Liz Cahn-Castruita, Owner/Publisher, WestCoast Media


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Freeway construction updates - February 23, 2015

As of early December, the 91 Project has not had any reportable safety incidents among its project team members for 100,000 man-hours of work. This reflects a commitment to safe working practices by the team. Safety briefings, equipment inspections and a “see something, say something” culture is contributing to this top safety record.


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