Help improve access to the future Gold Line stations!
Over the next few weeks Metro and the five future Gold Line cities in Los Angeles County - Glendora, La Verne, San Dimas, Pomona, Claremont - will host a series of station walks to solicit input on existing conditions within the walk-shed of the new stations.
Are intersections adjacent to the future stations difficult to cross on foot? Are there physical obstacles to people in wheelchairs or pushing strollers? Are there safe routes to bike/skate/scoot? Is there too little shade or lighting along key corridors?
Participants will walk together, evaluate the current environment, and envision how to improve access to the new stations. The events will kick off with a brief introduction to the process, followed by an approximately one-hour walk (1-2 miles in length), and debrief. Water and refreshments will be provided.
Public feedback will help inform the development of a First/Last Mile Plan for the 12.3 mile Foothill Gold Line Extension Phase 2B, which will identify pathways and physical improvements to help people walk, bike, skate, scoot, and otherwise access the future stations.
For more information about the walk series, or to RSVP for a specific walk, please click on the links below!
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