Thank you for your interest in the Multimodal Regional Corridor Plan for Arrow Highway (“the Plan”). We invite you to join city staff, regional partners, and your neighbors to help plan the future of walking and bicycling in five corridor cities: Glendora, San Dimas, La Verne, Pomona, and Claremont. The Plan will develop recommendations for bicycle and pedestrian enhancements along Arrow Highway and/or surrounding streets to improve east-west mobility, safety, and connectivity within the corridor cities.
We are asking for the public’s input to help shape our Plan in a variety of ways. You can provide input by completing the online survey, submitting comments on the contact form below, or adding to the project input map. The project input map provides you with the opportunity to create routes, identify destinations, and inform us of barriers to walking, bicycling, and using other rolling modes like skateboards and scooters. The input map lets you see what others have said about walking, bicycling and rolling in your community. The planning effort will proceed over the coming year with completion anticipated in the spring of 2020.
This planning effort is made possible by funding from the Southern California Association of Governments.
The Corridor Cities: Glendora, San Dimas, La Verne, Pomona, and Claremont
Project Community Advisory Committee: Bonita Unified School District, Cal Poly Pomona, Claremont Chamber of Commerce, Claremont Traffic and Transportation Commission, Claremont Unified School District, Damien High School, Day One, the Fairplex, La Verne Bicycle Coalition, Sustainable Claremont, San Dimas Historical Society, and University of La Verne.
As the planning process moves along, we will publish materials including public meeting presentations and display boards, draft plan elements, and the final plan document here on the website for your review.
If you have comments or questions about the project, let us know. Project staff check website feedback weekly and will respond to you soon.