Grade Separation for Nogales Street
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Davis-Bacon prevailing wages and mandatory minority/disabled participation. That's the way to save money these days.
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What I don't understand why west of City of Industry the Alhambra Sub has been grade separated and is in the process of being trenched in San Gabriel when they should be doing this work on the LA Sub west of Pomona because of the greater number of trains?


SP-7th Ave, Azusa Ave, and Brea Canyon Road have been grade separated on the LA Sub for years.
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Did you look at the map in the link on your other post ?
They do what they can when time and money allow. Your tag line sums it up quite well.



TCS - irony
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Yes I saw it but it was after this post. When was Azusa grade Separated I know its been at least 20 years on that one?

SP-These projects can't come soon enough.
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(11-05-2012, 08:49 PM)SP4449 Wrote:  Yes I saw it but it was after this post. When was Azusa grade Separated I know its been at least 20 years on that one?

SP-These projects can't come soon enough.

If you go to Caltrans website, they have the Bridge inventory for every bridge in California. LA County is in District 7 so go to that page and search for the bridge log for roads other than state highways and look up the location by city for the dates that the railroad grade seperations were built
All Railroad structures are listed as OH for streets that fly over the railroad and UP is for street underpasses. Hope this helps
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Beverly BLVD was grade Seperated back in 1964.

Garfield Ave 1954

SP-More later
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