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Gold Line Foothill Extension: Station Planning Meeting

8:24 PM PDT on April 8, 2011




WHAT: Station planning workshop to learn the latest on the proposed Gold Line stations in Glendora, San Dimas, La Verne, Pomona, Claremont, and Montclair. These six stations are part of the proposed 12.6-mile Foothill Extension project from Azusa to Montclair currently under environmental review.

These workshops are an opportunity to learn the latest about plans for each of the individual stations and provide feedback on ways to make each station even better. Workshops will be held in each city, with a short presentation on that specific city’s proposed station followed by a moderated discussion:


Claremont                                                        Montclair

Monday, April 11, 2011                                      Tuesday, April 12, 2011

6-8pm                                                               6-8pm

Alexander Hughes Community Center                 Montclair Senior Center

Padua Room                                                     (behind City Hall)

1700 Danbury Rd., Claremont 91711                   5111 Benito St., Montclair  91763

San Dimas                                                       La Verne

Thursday, April 14, 2011                                    Tuesday, April 26, 2011

6-8pm                                                               6-8pm

San Dimas City Hall                                           La Verne City Hall

Council Chambers                                             Council Chambers

245 E Bonita Ave., San Dimas 91773                 3660 D St., La Verne 91750

Pomona Glendora

Thursday, April 28, 2011                                    Wednesday, May 4, 2011

6-8pm                                                               6-8pm

Ganesha Community Center                               Glendora Library

Ganesha Park                                                   Bidwell Forum

1575 N White Ave., Pomona 91768                     140 S Glendora Ave., Glendora 91741

WHO: Representative from the Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension Construction Authority,

City officials and community members/stakeholders from each city

About the Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension Construction Authority

The Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension Construction Authority is an independent transportation planning and construction agency created in 1999 by the California State Legislature. Its purpose is to extend the Metro Gold Line from Union Station to the Los Angeles County Line. The Metro Gold Line light rail line opened in 2003, connecting downtown Los Angeles and Pasadena. Los Angeles County’s Measure R half-cent sales tax increase will fully fund the segment between Pasadena and Azusa, currently under final design and construction, and will partially fund the segment from Azusa to Montclair. Additional funding will be sought following completion of the environmental review process to complete the line to Montclair. The environmental process for the Azusa to Montclair segment began in early 2011 and will be completed in late 2011 under state environmental guidelines (CEQA) and in mid-2012 under federal environmental guidelines (NEPA).

More information about the project and the Authority can be found at

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