Currently, the city has just about wrapped up its planning efforts and is applying for funds to design and build the project through through the fifth cycle of the Active Transportation Program. The City has requested $4.2 million to build the Glendora Avenue improvements, and $3.1 million for the Foothill Boulevard improvements.
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Over time, the "Ramirez Flyover" morphed into to the newly-opened busway station. Meanwhile complications and delays caused the long delayed project's budget to swell from $17M to $51M
We warn cigarette buyers that they might expose their children to second-hand smoke. Why not warn drivers of their impact on society?