For Ontario, the upcoming bus high-speed transportation project from Pomona to Rancho Cucamonga runs mostly along Holt Boulevard, but it doesn’t just move people.
NS West Valley Connector It also aims to pave the way for dilapidated southern Ontario with new homes, office spaces, hotels, stores and eateries.
Nowadays, efficient, convenient and car-free transportation has attracted home developers doing projects that attract people who want to live near the line, as well as companies and restaurants that feed hungry residents and office workers.
“We have the opportunity to leverage the West Valley Connector in future transit-oriented development,” said Jennifer McLean Hiramoto, Director of Economic Development, Ontario, on July 29. update. “
At a special study session on Thursday, July 29, McLean Hiramoto presented the city council with 16 properties ready to be developed along the Ontario route. City officials report that these are in line with some of the 226 plots acquired by the main agency, the San Bernardino County Transport Authority, 32 of which are for stations, sidewalks and platforms.
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