Subregion Projects: Gateway Cities
5. I-105 ExpressLane Additions: I-405 to I-605
Creates two additional ExpressLanes, totaling 16 miles, while maintaining current general purpose lanes in each direction.
7, 18. I-710 South Corridor Zero Emission Truck Lane Additions: Long Beach to Commerce
Adds two Zero-Emission truck lanes in each direction, for a total of 18 miles, while maintaining current general purpose lanes. The project includes improvements to the Shoemaker Bridge.
13, 25. West Santa Ana Transit Corridor
New light rail connection from the City of Artesia to Union Station spanning 20 miles using city streets, Metro, and ports-owned rail right-of-way.
16. I-5 South Corridor Lane Additions: I-605 to I-710
Adds one general purpose lane and one carpool lane in each direction, for a total of seven miles. When complete, there will be a total of five general purpose lanes and one carpool lane in each direction.
21, 32. Gold Line Eastside Rail Extension
Extends Gold Line Rail east from Atlantic Station. Two alignments are planned for construction, one along SR-60 to South El Monte, and the other along Washington Bl to Whittier.
30. Green Line Rail Extension to Norwalk Metrolink Station
Extends Metro Green Line Rail 2.8 miles from Norwalk to the Norwalk/Santa Fe Springs Metrolink Station.
33. Regional Commuter Rail (Metrolink and Amtrak) Improvements
Various capital improvements to enhance travel times, service reliability and speed on Metrolink and Amtrak.
37. I-605 Corridor “Hot Spot” Interchange Improvements
Improvements to various interchanges along the I-605 freeway to eliminate bottlenecks and improve traffic flow at on- and off-ramps from the Orange County Line to the SR-60 Freeway.
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LA River Waterway and Bike Path: Elysian Valley to Maywood
Constructs eight-mile bike path along the LA River connecting the Elysian Valley to the City of Maywood through downtown Los Angeles. The measure will complete the LA River Bike Path between Long Beach and the Sepulveda Basin in the San Fernando Valley.
Local Return Allocations by Subregion: Gateway Cities
|City||Prop A (25%)||Prop C (20%)||MR (15%)||MM (17%)|
|LA County UA||1,966,408||1,631,084||1,223,313||1,386,421|
|La Habra Heights||109,595||90,906||68,180||77,270|
|Los Angeles City||5,678,558||4,710,215||3,532,661||4,003,683|
|Santa Fe Springs||355,181||294,613||220,960||250,421|