Your voice. Your plan.

The Draft Traffic Relief Plan is a local strategy to improve traffic flow, safety, and economic opportunity in Riverside County. Over the past year, you and thousands of your neighbors talked to us about the transportation improvements that matter most to you. From highways that move faster, to more frequent trains, to local streets that need repairs, to creating more jobs in Riverside County, you spoke and we listened. Now we want to engage with you once again. Please take this survey to tell us your thoughts about the following improvements in the draft Traffic Relief Plan.

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* Better Roads
The Draft Traffic Relief Plan proposes a number of improvements related to Better Roads. Examples include widening and extending major roadways for safety and traffic flow; repairing potholes and repaving roads; adding stop signs, signals and other safety features; coordinating traffic signal timing on major streets, adding crosswalks, sidewalks and signage for pedestrians, especially for students traveling to and from school; and separating streets from railroad tracks.

Do you agree with the investments in the Draft Traffic Relief Plan related to Better Roads?

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faster
The Draft Traffic Relief Plan proposes a number of improvements related to Faster Highways. For example, adding lanes to Route 91, Interstate 15, Interstate 215, and Route 60; improving traffic flow on Highway 111 and Interstate 10 in the Coachella Valley; constructing the Mid County Parkway and a new Route 79.

Do you agree with the investments in the Draft Traffic Relief Plan related to Faster Highways?

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* easier access
The Draft Traffic Relief Plan proposes a number of improvements related to Easier Highway Access. For example, building and improving interchanges, bridges, on-ramps and off-ramps for highways.

Do you agree with the investments in the Draft Traffic Relief Plan related to Easier Highway Access?

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* train
The Draft Traffic Relief Plan proposes a number of improvements related to More Train Service. For example, operating Metrolink trains and expanding service options; building new tracks; improving parking and stations; extending service from Perris to San Jacinto; building a station in the San Gorgonio Pass to support daily passenger service between L.A. and the Coachella Valley; and creating incentives to increase train use.

Do you agree with the investments in the Draft Traffic Relief Plan related to More Train Service?

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* bus
The Draft Traffic Relief Plan proposes a number of improvements related to Frequent Bus Service. For example, operating buses and expanding and electrifying fleets; adding zero-emission buses; increasing express/rapid bus service options; providing specialized transit services and keeping bus fares low for seniors, veterans, students and individuals with disabilities; upgrading bus stops and amenities; and improving connections between home, transit and workplaces.

Do you agree with the investments in the Draft Traffic Relief Plan related to Frequent Bus Service?

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* help
The Draft Traffic Relief Plan proposes a number of improvements related to Help with My Commute. For example, expanding Freeway Service Patrol roadside assistance and maintaining and expanding carpool/vanpool service and Park & Ride Lots.

Do you agree with the investments in the Draft Traffic Relief Plan related to Help with My Commute?

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* trails
The Draft Traffic Relief Plan proposes a number of improvements related to Longer Trails. For example, completing Riverside County's master-planned trail network to improve access to hiking, cycling, walking/running, and equestrian trails.

Do you agree with the investments in the Draft Traffic Relief Plan related to Longer Trails?

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* tech
The Draft Traffic Relief Plan proposes a number of improvements related to New Technology. For example, using new and future technology to manage roadway traffic flow, and support local and regional economic development.

Do you agree with the investments in the Draft Traffic Relief Plan related to New Technology?

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