The proposed Anaheim Canyon Station project, is being undertaken to meet current transit demand and to provide for growth requirements through 2035 and beyond. Specifically, OCTA proposes to construct a second station track and platform to allow more than one train to serve the station and/or pass through the station area at a time. This will increase the on time performance and safety of the train operations. The project will also include fully ADA compliant improvements to the pedestrian circulation elements at the station and possible parking expansion. Key elements of the project include:
By adding a second track, the project would eliminate the need for trains to wait to enter the Station area or to pass a train stopped at the Station. This project will provide a second station platform and expansion of the station facilities as necessary to support the growth of commuter rail service through 2035 and beyond. The project is expected to have overall positive operational impacts on regional air quality. Improving rider satisfaction, reliability and reducing travel times encourages train ridership and thereby reduces the number of vehicles that might otherwise travel on the roadway system.
This project will have the following positive benefits for the provision of rail service:
A Request for Proposals will be issued in April 2015 for the preliminary design and environmental clearance phase of the project.
For more information, please contact the Anaheim Canyon Improvements Project Manager, Lora Cross 714-560-5788 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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