The Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension is extending the existing Gold Line east from Pasadena. The first phase will travel more than 11 miles from Sierra Madre Villa Station to Azusa.
Phase 1 includes new stations at:
- Duarte/City of Hope
- Azusa Downtown
- APU/Citrus College
The Foothill Extension Construction Authority has completed construction between Pasadena and Azusa in September 2015. Metro is began safety testing in November 2015.
The Metro Gold Line Extension to Azusa opened March 5th, 2016. Please see the Gold Line operational information.
The second phase will continue the line for 12 miles east from Azusa to Montclair. Funding is currently being sought for this segment. The Draft Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Impact Statement for the Azusa to Montclair section was certified in March 2013 and preliminary engineering began in Summer 2014.
Phase 2 includes new stations at:
- San Dimas
- La Verne
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The new video comes from the Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension Construction Authority, the agency charged with planning and building the rail extension between Azusa and Montclair. The line, as ...
Citrus Avenue update: The extension of Citrus Avenue that will make it far easier to reach the Gold Line’s APU/Citrus College Station is almost complete — a September opening may be ...
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Metro Board Members Mark Ridley Thomas, Eric Garcetti and James T. Butts listen to Metro CEO Phil Washington during Thursday’s meeting. Photo by Peter Watkinson/Metro.
The Metro Board voted ...
All Gold Line trains will run from Azusa to East Los Angeles beginning Sunday with frequencies of every seven minutes during peak hours starting on Monday.
To put it lightly, Foothill Extension ...
The service changes go into effect this Sunday, June 26. The changes were approved by Metro’s Service Councils and overseen by the Metro Board of Directors. Among the changes:
•All Gold Line ...
It’s a scorcher. As a result, Metro is taking some precautions to keep trains running. Among those:
•There will be some speed restrictions on sections of the Gold Line, Expo Line and Green ...