Beginning Monday, a bit of Fulton Road in Pomona and La Verne will be shut for more than two months as a railroad crossing is remade by development teams.
During the conclusion through April 9, groups will move underground utilities, introducing another wellbeing and correspondence framework, and modifying the road.
The road will be shut down to vehicles and walkers between Bonita Avenue and Arrow Highway, as indicated by the Foothill Gold Line Construction Authority. The essential diversion course will be Garey Avenue.
Admittance to homes, organizations, and chapels will stay accessible, and Bonita Avenue and Arrow Highway will be available to traffic.
A passage to the Metrolink Station parking area will likewise be shut, yet vehicles will have the option to enter it from Garey Avenue to Santa Fe Street.
The development is essential for the 9.1-mile Foothill Gold Line rail project.