The Rosemead Boulevard Enhancement Project is a streetscape redesign effort by the City of Temple City, dedicated to improving traffic safety, reenergizing one of the city’s main commercial corridors and creating a vibrant community destination.

Through physical improvements and beautification elements like new sidewalks, added canopy trees and public art; as well as incoming amenities like outdoor dining and bike lanes, this Project is set to transform the two-mile stretch of Rosemead Boulevard within Temple City from an auto-oriented pass-through thoroughfare, into an attractive place for community life.

Funding for this $20.7-million project is provided by

Caltrans Bicycle Transportation Account
City of Temple City
Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Fund
Congressional Appropriations
Highway Safety Improvement Program
Measure R
Proposition 1B
Proposition A
Proposition C
Redevelopment Bonds
Surface Transportation Program – Local
Temple City Citywide Lighting and Maintenance District
Traffic Congestion Relief Fund