The SR-60 and Washington Bl proposed alternatives use the same light rail technology (LRT) as the Gold Line Eastside Extension Phase 1, allowing a seamless extension to cities east of the existing Pomona and Atlantic terminus. The following is a detailed description of the two alternatives under consideration:
This proposed alignment generally follows the southern edge of the SR-60 Freeway within the freeway right-of-way, on an elevated track crossing over freeway ramps, and terminates at Peck Rd in the City of South El Monte. The proposed station locations include:
This proposed alignment follows the SR-60 Freeway to Garfield Av, and then travels south to Washington Bl. From there, the alignment continues east and terminates at Lambert Rd in the City of Whittier. This alternative includes both at-grade and elevated sections of track. The proposed station locations include:
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