Jump Start safety and mobility improvements completed at 40 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.
Completed construction of four-quadrant gates at five railroad crossings in Pomona.
Fifteen grade separations 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), Orange Avenue (Industry), Baldwin Avenue (El Monte), Nogales Street (Industry/LA County), Puente Avenue (Industry/LA County), San Gabriel Trench (Ramona Street, Mission Road, Del Mar Avenue, San Gabriel Boulevard) and Durfee Avenue (Pico Rivera).
Two grade separation projects under construction at Fairway Drive (Industry/LA County) and Fullerton Road (Industry/LA County).
Two grade separation projects in design at Montebello Boulevard (Montebello) and Turnbull Canyon Road (City of Industry/LA County).
At-grade crossing safety improvements planned at five crossings in Pomona and at three crossings in Montebello.
Total Funds Committed: $1.825 billion (excludes $21.4 million budget for startup/misc. agency costs)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Crossing safety improvements and grade separations): $1,903.5 billion
Enhance rail crossing safety by eliminating collisions and delays for emergency responders, motorists and pedestrians
Reduce vehicle emissions from idling cars and trucks waiting for trains to pass
Eliminate crossing congestion and vehicle delay at the busiest crossings
Mitigate impacts of growth in trade transported by train along the Alameda Corridor-East Trade Corridor transcontinental rail network in Southern California, which carries about 16% of all oceangoing containers in the United States
Create 22,000 direct, indirect jobs over multiple years of construction
Eliminate train horns and gate alarms
Achieved 18% disadvantaged business enterprise participation.
Continuing Caltrans & MTA audits have resulted in only minor findings.
Toll-free Project Help Line, (888) ACE-1426, operating in three languages.
25,000 ACE student safety kits distributed to schools near construction sites.