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Eastside Transit Corridor Phase 2 Project Update

7:55 AM PDT on April 6, 2009

Metro has
started work on the environmental analysis of the Eastside Transit Corridor
Phase 2 project that would extend the Gold Line Eastside Extension (under
construction) to cities further east of Los Angeles. Metro is refining the
four build alternatives (SR-60, Beverly, Beverly/Whittier and Washington)
and evaluating which alternatives to advance and study in the Draft
Environmental Impact Statement/Report (DEIS/DEIR).

In
April and May 2009, Metro will provide an update on the project to area
City Councils. As part of these updates, Metro will also host public Open
Houses one hour before each meeting. Please join us at one of the City
Council meetings and Open Houses to learn more about the project.

For
additional information or questions, please visit the Eastside
Transit Corridor Phase 2 Website
or call 213.922.3012.

City
Council Meetings

Open Houses will begin 1 hour before meetings start

City
of Montebello

Wednesday, April 8,
6:30pm

City
Hall, Council Chambers
1600 W Beverly Bl
Montebello, CA 90640

City
of South El Monte

Tuesday, April 14,
6:30pm

City
Hall, Council Chambers
1415 S Santa Anita Av
South El Monte, CA 91733

City
of Pico Rivera

Tuesday, April 14, 6pm

City
Hall, Council Chambers
6615 Passons Bl
Pico Rivera CA, 90660

City
of Monterey Park

Wednesday, April 15,
7pm

City
Hall, Council Chambers
320 W Newmark Av
Monterey Park, CA 91754

City
of Commerce

Tuesday, April 21,
6:30pm

City
Hall, Council Chambers
2535 Commerce Wy
Commerce, CA 90040

City
of Rosemead

Tuesday, April 28, 7pm

City
Hall, Council Chambers
8838 E Valley Bl
Rosemead, CA 91770

City
of Whittier

Tuesday, May 12,
6:30pm

City Hall, Council Chambers
13230 Penn St, 1st Floor
Whittier, CA 90602

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