Arrow Highway Multi-Modal Regional Corridor Plan

In June a Community Advisory Committee was formed to provide input and support the development of a new plan to create an East/West multi-modal route across five cities: Glendora, San Dimas, La Verne, Pomona, and Claremont. The effort is sponsored by Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) and builds upon and incorporates the work from the “First Mile / Last Mile” plan recently developed by Metro. While the title includes “Arrow”, the plan will look at multiple alternatives to create the best East/West Route.
La Verne participants on the committee include representatives from city staff, University of La Verne, Damien High School, Bonita Unified School District, and the La Verne Bicycle Coalition. Additionally, each of the other cities is represented as well as the Fairplex and Cal Poly Pomona. The project timeline is aggressive and will include public workshops, online tools for input and a “Go Human” event to be held in San Dimas, modeling how the streets can be improved for all users. The target date for plan adoption is March 2020.
As Gold Line construction ramps up, so does the attention to creating better options for mobility across the region. La Verne is well positioned to participate and benefit from these efforts.

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