Amy Bentley, Redlands Daily Facts

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Past articles by Amy:

California law allows pedestrians to jaywalk as long as it’s safe

Even if there’s no ticket, pedestrians are still responsible for their safety, columnist Amy Bentley writes. → Read More

Traffic on the 15 Freeway in Temecula is constant, what are the plans to change that?

An expansion of French Valley Parkway is on the way, our traffic columnist has details. → Read More

How come there aren’t any double-decker freeways in the Inland Empire?

Some research has shown that adding freeway lanes or double-decker freeways has not solved traffic congestion problems. → Read More

The latest on the Metrolink Arrow route quiet zones in Redlands

Also, details on how to report concerns about freeway lane striping. → Read More

Can semitrucks park on city streets in the Inland Empire?

Most cities in the region have local regulations to keep big trucks from taking shortcuts, it’s a matter of enforcement. → Read More

Construction near Temecula wine country continues, when will the project be done?

Traffic will be affected by the development near Butterfield Stage Road past Murrieta Hot Springs Road. Also, Inland Commuters can earn a little extra cash. → Read More

What’s the status of the Quiet Zones at railroad crossings in Riverside?

The Palm Avenue railroad crossing still has horns installed but the project is picking back up after a delay because of the pandemic, a city engineer says. → Read More

Is it legal to turn left at a signal if it stays red and never changes?

Safety is always the priority, CHP Officer Dan Olivos said. Also, details about National Bicycle Safety Month. → Read More

What can be done about drivers in Riverside who keep running stop signs?

Riverside’s 311 Call Center takes such complaints about traffic concerns and issues. Also, details about the signs at the new 15 Freeway on-ramp at Railroad Canyon in Lake Elsinore. → Read More

When will intersection of Highway 79 and 1st Street in Beaumont be completed?

Also, CHP has stepped up traffic enforcement in recent weeks near Rancho Cucamonga. → Read More

Euclid Avenue bridge construction at the 10 Freeway in Ontario continues, when will it be done? –

Also, have there been changes to striping on the off-ramp at Rubidoux Boulevard on the eastbound 60 Freeway? → Read More

When will median work on Butterfield Stage Road in Temecula be complete?

Also, details on what’s being done about the traffic on Reche Canyon Road in Colton. → Read More

Is it legal to have dark tinted windows on the driver’s front window?

Also, more about backing into parking spots. → Read More

Motorcycle lane-splitting is legal in California, here’s why

Also, one Inland Empire reader details concerns about infrastructure — specifically, roads and freeways. → Read More

What to do if you see a semi truck speeding or driving in the carpool lane

Also, what are the rules for lifted vehicles and their bright headlights? The bulbs can be “blinding” for other drivers. → Read More

Homeland sign near Menifee has a misspelling, but a new one is coming

Also, an electrical issue is keeping the meter lights from working on Van Buren on-ramp to the 215 Freeway south. → Read More

Is it legal to make a U-turn at an intersection if no sign is posted?

Also, details about the sign on the 215 Freeway south that says the carpool lane ends, when it actually doesn’t. → Read More

Why aren’t there hospital signs along the 60 Freeway in Moreno Valley?

Caltrans officials explain why there’s no “H” sign. Also, it’s National Pedestrian Safety Month. → Read More

As Colton Area Museum readies to reopen, organizer asks how to get freeway signs

Also, Temecula residents ask about use of Caltrans vehicles. → Read More

Caltrans plans to move a 60 Freeway sign after investigation shows it was in the wrong spot

Also, details about what lanes can be used by semi trucks and a partnership between DMV and AAA allows for people to get their REAL ID at some Southern California AAA offices. → Read More