Metro and Caltrans last week completed a round of seven “Open Houses” that were held in May as part of the ongoing Alternatives Analysis for the SR-710 study, which seeks to find ways to improve traffic in the area of the gap in the 710 between Alhambra and Pasadena.
The meetings were held in the communities of El Sereno, Eagle Rock, La Canada Flintridge, El Monte, South Pasadena, Alhambra and Pasadena with nearly 400 people attending.
The Open Houses were designed as a “learning environment” in which participants can learn about the project at their own pace. To learn more about the study, please see the SR-710 page on metro.net. Online comments can be submitted through the project’s Twitter account (@SR710Study), though the project’s Facebook page or by phone at 855-477-7100.
Here are the various alternatives that are under study (and here’s direct link to the pdf):