Commuter Connector Express Line Feasibility Study
City of Baldwin Park, CA
April 2017 – Current
Funded through the 2013 Metro Express Lanes Net Toll Revenue Reinvestment grant program, this project seeks to provide a direct expansion to the City’s existing circulator shuttle. The objective is to shuttle business and medical commuters quickly from the City’s Transit Center and Metrolink Baldwin Park Station to the City’s major employment centers including the regionally recognized Kaiser Permanente Baldwin Park Medical Center and United Parcel Service (UPS), south of the 1-10 Freeway.
EBA conducted a route analysis to determine the feasibility of the project and community outreach to survey the sentiment, support and opinion of stakeholders. EBA utilized the information from the route analysis and the community input to generate a feasibility plan of action which the City of Baldwin Park can use to implement the project.
2824 E Foothill Blvd.
Pasadena, CA 91107
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