Riverside County is a’growin

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Riverside County is No. 1 in California for population growth in 2018 Riverside County’s population rose 27,386 in the year ended July 1, largest gain among the state’s counties. Now if only we could get more housing built and more higher paying jobs.... Check out the link here, also don't be afraid to scroll into … Continue reading Riverside County is a’growin

Cost to park in downtown Riverside will rise

  Cost to park in downtown Riverside will rise City officials say the cost increases will help address a deficit in the parking fund and pay for improvements such as more high-tech meters, better signs and security, and maintenance or replacement of aging garages. Starting later this year, parking in downtown Riverside will cost more … Continue reading Cost to park in downtown Riverside will rise

Changes coming to RTA

How Riverside Transit Agency is revamping its bus service Changes to downtown service begin Jan. 8.       Riverside Transit Agency has created new bus stops like this one near Third and Market streets in downtown Riverside as part of changes to bus service that begin in January 2017. ALICIA ROBINSON, STAFF PHOTO Inland … Continue reading Changes coming to RTA

Parking in Riverside to Increase

Why it could cost more to park in downtown Riverside The city needs to charge more to help to pay for new garages, signs and security, a new report suggests. Raising the cost of parking in downtown Riverside starting next year could bring in more than $500,000 annually to make parking safer and more convenient, … Continue reading Parking in Riverside to Increase

Brockton Bike Lanes

Keep Brockton bike lanes, Riverside officials say The City Council will discuss crash statistics and a public survey on the project on Tuesday, Dec. 6th.     A bicyclist makes his way down Riverside’s Brockton Avenue in August. City information showed that while some residents don’t think the addition of bike lanes was beneficial, safety … Continue reading Brockton Bike Lanes

RIVERSIDE: City aims to restore library, pool hours

RIVERSIDE: City aims to restore library, pool hours Next year’s budget no longer calls for closing a swimming pool and reducing library hours, after changes made this week. With some last-minute shifting of dollars, Riverside city officials will likely avoid the least popular of the proposed budget cuts for fiscal 2016-17. City Manager John Russo … Continue reading RIVERSIDE: City aims to restore library, pool hours

TRAFFIC: More challenges ahead for 91 commuters

TRAFFIC: More challenges ahead for 91 commuters Closures at eastbound 14th Street off-ramp in Riverside and 15/91 connector in Corona adding to woes. As if commuting along Highway 91 wasn’t challenging enough, more obstacles will confront drivers in the next few weeks thanks to construction projects. Downtown Riverside commuters may temporarily have new traffic headaches … Continue reading TRAFFIC: More challenges ahead for 91 commuters