- ABOUT US
- Project Overview
- Project Accomplishments
- Most Frequently Asked Questions
- Business Support Program
- School Safety Outreach
- Project Area
- Project Schedule
- Project Budget
- Funding Commitments
- Financial Information
- Staff Positions and Salary Ranges
- ACE BOARD
Finance Committee Meetings
- Nogales St. Grade Separation - L.A. Sub. (Industry/L.A. County)
- Baldwin Ave. Grade Separation (El Monte)
- Nogales St. Grade Separation - Alhambra Sub. (Industry/L.A. County)
- Reservoir St. Grade Separation (Pomona)
- Ramona Blvd. Grade Separation (El Monte)
- East End Ave. Grade Separation (Pomona)
- Brea Canyon Rd. (Diamond Bar/Industry)
- Sunset Ave. (Industry)
- Orange Ave. (Industry)
- Safety Improvements - Jump Start Program
- Quad Gates
- NONE AT THIS TIME.
- DOING BUSINESS WITH ACE
Temple Avenue Train Diversion Project
(City of Pomona)
To eliminate train traffic from a section of railroad right-of-way in the City of Pomona which includes congested at-grade crossings at Temple Avenue and Pomona Boulevard, a train diversion route has been constructed across farmland to connect to an existing parallel Union Pacific (UPRR) railway that is already grade separated. The train diversion project included the construction of railroad bridges across San Jose Creek and a vehicle underpass for Cal Poly Pomona’s Spadra Farm as well as a third track where the two routes converged. A new fourth mainline right-of-way will be constructed for approximately 2.3 miles, from approximately 1,000 feet southwest of Temple Avenue to approximately one mile east of State Route 71. The work includes the construction of retaining walls, railroad roadways, pier protection walls, bridge widening, channel wall improvements, culverts, drainage ditches, utility relocation and protection.
The total cost of the Temple Avenue train diversion project is $92.1 million. The construction cost for the fourth track work is $25.8 million, which is being jointly funded by the ACE Construction Authority and UPRR. In addition to installing the track and signal equipment over the entire fourth track length at their expense, UPRR will contribute $7.9 million toward the project. Work commenced in Fall 2008 and was completed in Spring 2010.
For more project information, please call the Project Helpline at (888) ACE-1426
©2017 Alameda Corridor-East Construction Authority. All rights reserved. Please click here to see our Legal Disclaimer before using this website.
Adobe Acrobat Reader is required to view, download and print PDF format documents on our website.
To obtain the latest version of the free Adobe Acrobat Reader, please click here
This website is best viewed with the latest web browser version of Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox and Google Chrome.