At Tuesday, on December 22, Representative Judy Chu (CA-27) visited the Urban trail network in Glendora with Mayor Karen Davis, City Manager Adam Raymond, Director of Transportation Steven Mateer, Executive Director Active SGV David Diaz and several other city officials.
By News Desk
the Urban trail network is the city’s plan to create more walking and cycling trails for residents, making access to the city’s main cultural, entertainment and shopping districts more convenient and safer.
The plan is also part of a larger vision of connecting several towns in the San Gabriel Valley as part of the Greenway network, a system of interconnected bicycle lanes that will help residents of the San Gabriel Valley get around the area while reducing carbon emissions. Representative Chu praised the city’s efforts and announced that with the passage of the bipartite law on infrastructure investment and employment, the city will be eligible for additional funding that will help complete this important project. and make Glendora more accessible on foot and by bike. These upgrades will not only reduce traffic in the city and provide an energy efficient means of transportation, but they will also stimulate outdoor activities and make it easier for residents to enjoy all the incredible amenities that the Town of Glendora has to offer.
Representative Chu touted the new spending thanks to the bipartisan infrastructure law that will free up more public funds and launch more projects that create new construction, new jobs and growth throughout the San Gabriel Valley.