Overnight I-15 Closure In Southwest Riverside County Amid Improvement

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The French Valley Parkway Improvement work is ongoing along I-15, with overnight roadwork planned through Temecula and Murrieta on Thursday.

TEMECULA, CA—The northbound I-15 Freeway through Temecula and Murrieta will have lane and ramp closures overnight Thursday, the cities announced.

Look for northbound I-15 Freeway outside lane closures on Thursday night between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. from the Temecula city limits to Murrieta Hot Springs Road.

According to the city, at least one lane will be open during roadwork.

This is phase two of the French Valley Parkway improvement project. During the overnight work, contractors will remove a concrete bridge and railing.

The Winchester Road Loop On-Ramp will be in full closure during the roadwork between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m., they said.

Workers will install detour signs and guide drivers to the Murrieta Hot Springs on-ramps.

“Please plan your driving accordingly and remember to reduce your speed in the work zone.”

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