Here’s the news from an email from Habib Balian, the CEO of the Gold Line Foothill Extension Construction Authority, the agency building the 11.5-mile extension of the Gold Line from Pasadena to the Azusa/Glendora border: This morning, the City of Arcadia hosted a ground breaking ceremony for the Santa [continue reading]
I never noticed the old railroad crossing markings on Olympic Boulevard in Santa Monica until driving past this weekend. It really doesn’t matter: that’s the bridge that will take the second phase of the Expo Line over Olympic in the distance; the same bridge will also span Cloverfield Boulevard. The [continue reading]
Photo by ExpoLine Fan Now that’s a big drill! That’s work being done last night to drill one of the holes that will hold a column supporting the Expo Line bridge over Venice Boulevard. Check out a lot more construction photos of the Expo Line’s second phase on ExpoLine [continue reading]
Nice photo taken last week by Expo Line Fan of falsework being installed for the bridge that will take the Expo Line over Sepulveda Boulevard in West Los Angeles. Check out more of Expo Line Fan’s construction photos on his Flickr stream.
Work is wrapping up on the bridge that will carry the Gold Line Foothill Extension tracks over the eastbound lanes of the 210 freeway in Arcadia. From the Foothill Extension Construction Authority, the agency building the Measure R-funded Pasadena-to-Azusa line: · The on-time and on-budget Gold Line Bridge is the [continue reading]
Just a quick heads up — I believe some erroneous info circulated in the media about this: The existing single-track railroad bridge over National Boulevard in the Palms area is not being demolished to make way for a wider Expo Line bridge. The existing structure will be used along with [continue reading]