Across the region, Cities are actively seeking opportunities and funding to make their roads more accommodating/encouraging of Active Transportation. In a largely built environment, this often means updating older roads that were designed only with vehicles in mind, retrofitting them to better accommodate all users. Building new roads are rare and present unique opportunity to build roads which accommodate all users, avoiding the mistakes of the past.
In light of this, it is especially disappointing to see new Golden Hills Road which recently opened, next to the older, original version of the road. Arguably, the new version not only missed the opportunity to improve safety for non-vehicle users but is even more dangerous than the road it replaced. On a road which has historically very high non-vehicle usage, functions as a connector into La Verne, and provides a much less intimidating alternative to the Baseline / Foothill interchange this is both tone deaf and inexcusable. Is this really our best effort?
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Att: Krishna Patel