La Crescenta Valley Community 710 Forum

Metro and Caltrans have identified 5 alternatives
to “close the gap” The plans include:
No Build
Transportation System/Transportation Demand Management
Bus Rapid Transit
Light Rail Transit
Freeway Tunnel
Please join us to learn how the SR-710 Extension will affect the
quality of life in the Foothills and how to take action
Hosted by Crescenta Valley Town Council
with support from
La Cañada Flintridge City Council,
Glendale City Council,
and No 710 Action Committee no710.com
For further information, please contact
Councilmember, Frank Beyt at beyt@att.net

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