The Main Street Bridge over Murrieta Creek in Old Town Temecula was built in 1945. The concrete and wooden slab-type bridge was typical for that era and remains relatively sturdy. It is scheduled to be replaced sometime late in 2011 with a steel-truss-type bridge that will not require support columns in the creek. The present bridge has an extremely narrow pedestian sidewalk. The new bridge will have a wider sidewalk with a barrier separating it from traffic.
Located on Main Street between Pujol Street and Front Street. Caltrans Bridge Number 56C0227.