The restoration of local ownership and governance of Ontario International Airport has people talking about opportunity in the Inland Empire and the San Gabriel Valley. You’re invited to join in on Monday, June 13 at Cal Poly Pomona for the Greener Valleys II – a gathering of a broad range of leaders from San Bernardino, […]
The San Bernardino Associated Governments is developing a Countywide Points of Interest Pedestrian Plan (PIPP) to assist member agencies with the development of plans and tools for identifying and prioritizing pedestrian improvements in the region. The following PDF provides the meeting times that are available for agency staff, elected representatives, business and community members, and […]
San Bernardino Transit CenterCompletion Ceremony 599 West Rialto Avenue, San Bernardino, California 9:00 – 10:30 am, Monday, August 24, 2015 Ceremony ~ Facility Tours ~ Refreshments ~ Entertainment Attendees are encouraged to walk, bicycle, or take public transit to the ceremony.The location is served by Omnitrans Route 2, 15 and the sbX green line.Routing assistance […]
Metrolink operating life-saving Positive Train Control technology on 341 miles of agency-hosted lines LOS ANGELES – Metrolink launched Positive Train Control (PTC) in Revenue Service Demonstration (RSD) across the entire 341-mile network the agency owns earlier this month. With this latest accomplishment, Metrolink becomes the first railroad in the nation to have PTC running during […]
Music festivals are fabulous, but getting there is rarely half the fun. Bluegrass lovers can avoid the hassle of driving and parking by hopping on a Metrolink train and transfer free to an Omnitrans shuttle to get to the Huck Finn Jubilee music festival in Ontario, Calif. on June 13 and 14.
Questions have been raised about the true cost of the Redlands Passenger Rail Project. To be certain, the estimated cost for the project has changed over time. Is that because the San Bernardino Associated Governments (SanBAG) is attempting to deceive the public, as is claimed by the rail detractors? Or is it because SanBAG has […]
Effort will be a part of a fare pilot program funded by Metro LOS ANGELES – Beginning July 1, Metrolink will be offering discounted fares to riders on its Antelope Valley Line as part of a fare pilot program. The pilot program received funding following unanimous approval of a motion by Los Angeles County Supervisor […]
Over the past several months, several misstatements have been made regarding various aspects of the Redlands Passenger Rail Project (RPRP). In the coming weeks, I will put forth factual information about the Rail Project so that residents of the communities that will be served by the new rail service might be correctly informed. One set […]