Jump Start safety and mobility improvements completed at 39 grade crossings in the Cities of Diamond
Bar, El Monte, Industry, Montebello, Pico Rivera, Pomona, Rosemead, San Gabriel, Temple City, Walnut,
West Covina and unincorporated Los Angeles County.
Seven grade separation projects completed at Nogales Street (Industry/West Covina), Reservoir Street
(Pomona), Ramona Boulevard (El Monte), East End Avenue (Pomona), Brea Canyon Road (Diamond
Bar/Industry), Sunset Avenue (Industry) and Orange Avenue (Industry).
San Gabriel Trench project to include construction of bridges at four railroad crossings currently
Grade separation projects preparing to start construction in 2013 include those at Baldwin Avenue
(El Monte) and Nogales Street (Industry/LA County).
Completed construction of four-quadrant gates at five railroad crossings in Pomona.
FundingTotal funds committed: $1.211511 billion (does not include $358 million in unprogrammed Measure
Total Project budget: Safety improvements, first 14 grade separations – $978.4 million
Remaining eight grade separations – $732.2 million
Regional BenefitsEmployment of 225 contracting companies, with 10% headquartered in San Gabriel Valley.
Will result in elimination of horn-blowing at 28 crossings.
AdministrativeAchieved 18% disadvantaged business enterprise participation.
Approved Master Construction and Maintenance Agreements with UPRR.
Continuing Caltrans & MTA audits have resulted in only minor findings.
Launched comprehensive Project Website: www.theaceproject.org.
Toll-free Project Help Line, (888) ACE-1426, operating in three languages.
ACE Project video regularly updated and distributed.
25,000 ACE student safety kits distributed to schools near construction sites.
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