The Gold Line is Coming to Glendora!
History of the Gold Line
The first segment of the current Gold Line light rail line was completed in 2003 and originally spanned a short distance from Union Station in Downtown Los Angeles to Pasadena. In 2009 the first phase of the Gold Line Eastside Extension was opened extending the line from Union Station to Atlantic Boulevard near Monterey Park and in 2016 the second phase of the Foothill Extension was opened, bringing the line to the Azusa/Glendora border with the APU/Citrus College station ending the line.
With the passing of Measure M in 2016, Glendora will be opening its very own station. Measure M is anticipated to provide the majority of the funding necessary to complete the Los Angeles County portion of the next phase, with substantial completion of the project expected in late-2025/early 2026. Although this may seem a long ways away, work has already begun to plan, design and build the new line and the stations that will be a part of the extension to the eastern end of Los Angeles County.
Our goal is to keep you informed...
Over the next couple of years the City and Gold Line Authority will be working together to keep you, the Community, informed. We recently hosted two Community Meetings to discuss technical impacts that will most effect those who live or own property within 500ft of the rail corridor. Click the links below for videos from each meeting as well as project update videos from the Gold Line Authority.
June 19th Workshop
Citrus to Pasadena Ave.
June 21st Workshop
Pasadena to Gladstone Ave.
Building the Gold Line - Glendora to Montclair