Traffic Management CenterThe Traffic Engineering Section operates andTraffic Signal maintains traffic signals, installs, and maintains roadway signs, roadway striping (lane lines), and curb painting.

The Department's state-of-the-art, award-winning Traffic Management Center (TMC) allows staff to assist in relieving traffic congestion in the City by monitoring traffic conditions. The TMC is a manned center used to monitor traffic signals at key intersections throughout the City. Once all phases have been completed, the TMC will provide the City with a stronger traffic directing system by monitoring signals utilizing traffic cameras and communication with Caltrans controlled signals to positively control traffic flow.

Contacting the Traffic Engineering Section

StreetIf you have any traffic questions, please call us at (951) 736-2266, e-mail us at or use the Public Works Service Request Form.

For non-emergency after-hour calls, please call Police Dispatch at (951) 736-2223.

Traffic Information

Neighborhood Traffic Management Program Community Handbook (2.63MB, .pdf document)

TRAFFIC MAP - Counts (ADTs) - Signals - Speed Limits
Also contains crosswalks :|: PDF File (1.01MB, 11x17) :|: Updated: 1/6/14

Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS)
and Traffic Management Center (TMC)

Traffic Signals

Traffic Calming & Traffic Safety
- Speeding
- Parking
- Crosswalks

Roadway Signs, Striping & Curb Painting
- Signs
- Striping
- Curb Painting

Public Parking
- Preferential Permit Parking
Useful Traffic Links

Caltrans - District 8 (Riverside & San Bernardino Counties)

Caltrans - District 12 (Orange County)

County of Riverside, Transportation Department

City of Riverside, Public Works Department

City of Norco, Public Works Department

Commute Smart - Live Regional Traffic Info.

CHP CAD - Live Freeway Incident Info.

Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC)