Bundy Canyon Road Widening Project

The Bundy Canyon Road Widening Project will widen, realign and improve Bundy Canyon Road for approximately 2.25 miles between the I-15 and The Farm Road. Specifically, the road will be widened from two lanes to four lanes, and with one additional lane being added in each direction. In addition, the project will include the construction of a center-striped median, a sound wall to protect 28 residential properties, left-turn lanes at major intersections, signage and the introduction of signalized intersections in certain areas of the project alignment. To ensure successful completion of this project, Interwest’s team of Right of Way professionals is providing Title, Appraisal, Acquisition and Relocation Assistance services for 61 parcels. The assignment includes full acquisitions, partial acquisitions, residential relocations and temporary construction easements, and slope easements. The project is locally funded with Riverside County Transportation Uniform Mitigation Fee (TUMF) and Bundy Canyon Road/Scott Road Benefit District funds.

Clinton Keith / Hidden Springs Signal

On behalf of the City of Wildomar, Interwest pursued a safety grant for the improvements and was awarded 100% funding of $100K through the Caltrans Highway Safety Improvement Program grant. The project includes traffic signal modification comprised of a left-turn traffic signal phasing at the Clinton Keith/Hidden Springs Intersection. The project also includes LED signal heads, the relocation of illuminated street name signs, installation of pedestrian push button signals, as well as an upgrade of the intersection corners (and curb ramps). In order to prepare for the project, our Interwest team performed the scoping of the project, traffic investigations, and grant preparation/submittal.

Grand Avenue Bike Lanes, Phase I & Phase II

Our team prepared and secured competitive grant applications for the City of Wildomar for Phase I and II of their Grand Avenue Bike Path projects. These projects provided approximately 5 miles of Class II and Class III bike lanes along a major corridor running the entire span of the City. Improvements allowed for connectivity and alternate modes of travel for residential communities, school children, commuters, and recreational activities that will also result in improved air quality and traffic congestion relief for the community. The project’s cost of $2,999,131 was funded by $500,000 in MSRC money, $1,360,400 in CMAQ funding, $567,800 of SB821 money, $30,000 in AB2766 funds, and $570,931 in Local Funds.

Malaga Park/Mission Trail

Interwest provided Construction Management on the City of Wildomar’s newest City park. Malaga Park serves as a gateway to into the City when traveling from the City of Lake Elsinore. Park features include a perimeter walkway, shade structures, a decorative rock feature, a community/free library provided by the local Eagle Scouts, and a view of the Cleveland National Forest Mountains.