Website for Arroyo Highway Multimodal Regional Corridor Plan is up and available

The Multimodal Regional Corridor Plan is a project to develop an East / West corridor across the cities of Covina, Glendora, San Dimas, La Verne, Pomona and Claremont that is appropriate for all users. The project builds on the First / Last Mile Plan developed and approved by Metro on 6/19. (Goldline 2B First Mile / Last Mile Plan). While the project includes Arrow Highway in the title, it does not assume Arrow Highway will become the corridor, rather it looks at the surrounding area and seeks to find the best option to create an East / West Route. The project is being led by Alta Planning & Design and is sponsored by the cities of Glendora, San Dimas, La Verne, Pomona, Claremont as well as the San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments (SGVCOG) and Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG).
The Multimodal Regional Corridor Plan project has released a public website for the project. On the website, you can gain an overview of the project, complete an online survey, and provide input into an interactive map identifying destinations, desired routes, and barriers to walking and bicycling.
Representatives from the project will also be at several events across La Verne answering questions and soliciting input. They are currently scheduled to be at the following:
- Oct. 19 (10:00 am) 39th Annual Children’s Halloween Parade
- Nov. 23 (10 am-4pm) Crusin’ La Verne Holiday Car Show
- Dec. 7 (4 pm - 8 pm) Old Town Holiday Stroll

You are highly encouraged to participate and provide input so it can be understood and considered in the final recommendations.

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