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Skanska Completes Interchange Improvement in Moreno Valley

Skanska announced the substantial completion of the $27.8-million State Route-60 (SR-60) Moreno Beach Drive Interchange Improvement Project in Moreno Valley.  The replacement of the existing two-lane bridge with a seven-lane bridge and reconstruction of the north side of the interchange will enhance freeway access and accommodate increased traffic demands. 

The City of Moreno Valley celebrated the opening of the Moreno Beach Drive interchange with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Feb. 6. 

“Skanska is proud of the improvements we were able to make to the Moreno Beach Drive interchange,” said James Bailey, EVP of Skanska USA Civil’s West Coast operations. “These improvements have decreased congestion for commuters and residents, and our collaboration with the City of Moreno Valley has allowed us to upgrade the existing infrastructure to improve safety and flow of traffic for the community. We are happy to announce that all travel lanes across the bridge as well as on-ramps and off-ramps are now open to traffic.” 


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