Temecula streets will be closed at night for striping work
All of the major thoroughfares in Temecula that recently received a fresh coat of slurry seal — including Jefferson Avenue and Temecula Parkway — will be getting new vehicle lane and bike lane striping later this month.
The streets have gone unmarked for weeks, which has led to some motorist confusion and close calls, to allow for proper application of the striping paint, according to the city.
“Striping was delayed in order to allow slurry to cure so striping paint will not bleed,” said Public Works Director Patrick Thomas.
The work will be done at night to minimize disruptions.