Client: City of Corona
Start/Completion Date: Early 2022 to Late 2024
Construction Cost: $62,000,000
Services: Construction Management
FALCON Engineering Services (FALCON) is providing construction management services to assist the City of Temecula with the ”The McKinley Street Grade Separation Project”. The project is set to change how you travel through McKinley Street. Recognizing the significant traffic congestion City of Corona residents and commuters face every day, the City is working to improve the crossing of the BNSF Railway and McKinley Street by building a suspension bridge to elevate McKinley Street over the BNSF railroad tracks and Arlington Channel. Construction will extend from the State Route 91 (SR-91) interchange on the north side to Magnolia Avenue on the south side and will also include connections to Sampson Avenue. New reconnector road facilities, street reconstruction and realigning and widening of SR-91 on-and o-ramps, and utility relocation are also part of the construction. Once complete, the project will relieve traffic congestion, improve mobility and safety for both motorists and pedestrians, as well as improve emergency response times, air quality, and noise. Construction activities began in Summer 2022.
Project Benefits Reduce Traffic Congestion and Air/Noise Pollution Enhance Emergency Vehicular Access and Improve Response Times Minimize Impacts on the Community/Railroad Improve Safety at the Grade Crossing for Motorists, Bicyclists, and Pedestrians.