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The California Department of Transportation and Brightline West plan to enter a right-of-way use agreement for a portion of the high-speed rail project along Interstate 15 between Apple Valley and Rancho Cucamonga via the Cajon Pass.The agreement is designed to advance the development of the privately owned and operated electrified rail project that will connect Las Vegas to Southern California.The issuance of a notice of intent on Friday kicked off a 15-day public comment period for the proposed lease agreement ...
The California Department of Transportation and Brightline West plan to enter a right-of-way use agreement for a portion of the high-speed rail project along Interstate 15 between Apple Valley and Rancho Cucamonga via the Cajon Pass.
The agreement is designed to advance the development of the privately owned and operated electrified rail project that will connect Las Vegas to Southern California.
The issuance of a notice of intent on Friday kicked off a 15-day public comment period for the proposed lease agreement between Caltrans and Brightline West.
Both entities previously executed a similar agreement to use a portion of the I-15 right of way between Apple Valley and the California/Nevada border.
Together, these leases will allow the construction of approximately 185 miles of a 218-mile high-speed rail system designed to connect Las Vegas and Southern California with a fully electric, emission-free system that will include stations in Rancho Cucamonga, Hesperia, Apple Valley, and Las Vegas.
Commuters from the Rancho Cucamonga station can board a Metrolink train bound for Los Angeles and other parts of Southern California.
According to Brightline West, the project will bring significant environmental and economic benefits, including the projected elimination of 3 million cars annually and the reduction of more than 400,000 tons of carbon emissions yearly.
Brightline officials believe the $10 billion investment will have widespread economic benefits, including creating nearly 35,000 jobs during construction and more than $10 billion in economic impact.
Brightline West received $1 billion in private activity bonds from the U.S. Department of Transportation to help fund the project, Caltrans reported.
The states of California and Nevada will do the borrowing funds, Bloomberg News reported.
The notice of intent comment period provides the public and stakeholders an opportunity to give any feedback that they may have regarding the proposed lease.
Comments may be made in writing or electronically and will be accepted for 15 days ending at 5 p.m. on March 23. Following the comment period, Caltrans and Brightline West will consider the lease for signature.
Comments can be submitted via mail to Emily Leinen, California Department of Transportation, District 8 Office, 464 West 4th Street, 12th Floor, San Bernardino, California 92401. Or by email at Emily.Leinen@dot.ca.gov.
Construction of the line between Las Vegas and the Victor Valley has already been approved by the Federal Railroad Administration, which released an environmental assessment report for the stretch through the Cajon Pass.
Caltrans, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, and Brightline West recently agreed to design and construct three wildlife overcrossing across I-15 and the future Brightline West high-speed rail system.
This dedicated overcrossing will provide a sustainable and safe path for wildlife – especially for bighorn sheep – over the existing northbound and southbound highway lanes and the future high-speed rail system to be built within the median.
Planning for a Southern California to Las Vegas high-speed rail system began in 2006 when the railroad administration completed a draft environmental plan for a project then known as DesertXpress.
The project passed through several developers and investors before Brightline acquired it in 2018.
In 2020, Brightline earmarked a groundbreaking after receiving tax-exempt private activity bond allocations from California, Nevada, and the Department of Transportation that infused $4.2 billion into the project.
But the groundbreaking never happened when the plan for bond sales was halted in early 2020 due to the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and a lack of investor enthusiasm for the train’s original Southern California terminus in Apple Valley.
During that year, Brightline announced that Fortress Investment Group, its parent company, had put the brakes on the then $8 billion privately financed XpressWest project when it could not complete financing.
In April 2021, Reininger predicted that construction of the line would start “in a matter of weeks” if there were no further delays to the project, according to Railway Journal.
Town spokeswoman Shannon Dunkle in December told the Daily Press, "The project will continue seeking funding in early 2023 with an expected construction start date in late 2023.”
The RJ article stated that if work proceeds as planned, the line could open in 2026 or 2027.
Transportation leaders are eyeing the opening of the rail system in time for the 2028 Olympic Games in Los Angeles.
Daily Press reporter Rene Ray De La Cruz may be reached at 760-951-6227 or RDeLaCruz@VVDailyPress.com. Follow him on Twitter @DP_ReneDeLaCruz.
Nestled at the base of the picturesque San Gabriel Mountains, Rancho Cucamonga is a vibrant and thriving city in Southern California. Known for its beautiful parks, top-rated schools, and a wealth of recreational opportunities, Rancho Cucamonga offers an unmatched quality of life for its residents. In this article, we'll explore the many benefits of living in this charming city, from its culinary delights to its bustling retail scene. Get ready to discover why Rancho Cucamonga is the perfect place to call home!Scenic Parks and Trails...
Nestled at the base of the picturesque San Gabriel Mountains, Rancho Cucamonga is a vibrant and thriving city in Southern California. Known for its beautiful parks, top-rated schools, and a wealth of recreational opportunities, Rancho Cucamonga offers an unmatched quality of life for its residents. In this article, we'll explore the many benefits of living in this charming city, from its culinary delights to its bustling retail scene. Get ready to discover why Rancho Cucamonga is the perfect place to call home!
Rancho Cucamonga boasts an extensive park system that caters to all ages and interests. Central Park is a 103-acre oasis featuring playgrounds, sports fields, and a beautiful lake. For those looking to explore the local trails, the Pacific Electric Inland Empire Trail provides a paved, multi-use path for walking, jogging, or cycling.
Victoria Gardens, an open-air shopping center, offers a wide variety of popular stores, restaurants, and entertainment options. With over 150 shops, a movie theater, and a library, Victoria Gardens is a favorite destination for both locals and visitors alike.
Rancho Cucamonga is home to an array of delicious dining options, ranging from casual eateries to fine dining establishments. For a taste of authentic Italian cuisine, visit Vince's Spaghetti, a local institution known for its mouthwatering pasta dishes. For a sweet treat, head to Handel's Homemade Ice Cream & Yogurt, where you'll find unique flavors like Graham Central Station and Cherry Vanilla Chocolate Chunk.
With its close proximity to the San Gabriel Mountains, Rancho Cucamonga offers countless opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts. Cucamonga Canyon is a popular destination for hiking and nature walks, while the North Etiwanda Preserve provides stunning views and diverse wildlife.
Rancho Cucamonga is a family-friendly city with a variety of attractions and activities for all ages. The Lewis Family Playhouse, a state-of-the-art theater, hosts a variety of performances, including musicals, plays, and concerts. For a day of fun and adventure, the Rancho Cucamonga Epicenter, a sports complex and entertainment venue, offers activities like mini-golf, go-kart racing, and batting cages.
Rancho Cucamonga is proud of its top-rated schools and commitment to education. Chaffey College, a local community college, offers a variety of programs for students seeking to further their education. The city also boasts a strong sense of community, with numerous community centers, libraries, and events that cater to residents of all ages.
Fitness enthusiasts will feel right at home in Rancho Cucamonga, with numerous gyms and sports facilities available. The Rancho Cucamonga Sports Center features basketball courts, volleyball courts, and a fitness center, while the city's many parks offer opportunities for sports and outdoor exercise.
Rancho Cucamonga, California, is a city that truly has it all - from beautiful parks and trails to a vibrant retail scene and diverse dining options. With its commitment to education, a thriving arts and entertainment community, and countless recreational opportunities, Rancho Cucamonga offers a superb quality of life for its residents. Discover the allure of Southern California living and make Rancho Cucamonga your next destination.
Rancho Cucamonga, CA - The Fresno Grizzlies (7-5) shook up LoanMart Field on Thursday night with a 6-1 win over the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes (7-5).This is a modal window.No compatible source was found for this media.BREAKING: Detroit Red Wings F Michael Rasmussen suspended by NHLThe Grizzlies' bats were like seismic wave...
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The Grizzlies' bats were like seismic waves, registering two solo shots (Ryan Ritter and Jesus Bugarin) in the first inning off Quakes' starter Peter Heubeck. Fresno added two more runs in the second with Ritter picking up another RBI. The Grizzlies roared for a pair of insurance runs in the ninth thanks to a Skyler Messinger blast. It was his second clout of the year.
The Quakes tried to withstand the tremors but couldn't get their offense going until the seventh inning, when they scored their lone run.
The Grizzlies' pitching was rock solid, led by starter Michael Prosecky, who twirled five scoreless frames. Prosecky punched out five Quakes in the process. Bryce McGowan secured the save in the aftermath.
Fresno played faultlessly, committing no errors, and their defense was stalwart, making several critical plays to prevent Rancho Cucamonga from mounting a comeback. The Quakes' pitching, however, was shaky, allowing four runs in the first two innings. The game was a seismic event that left the Quakes reeling, while the Grizzlies celebrated their victory with rumbles of excitement.
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Top Performers: Fresno Grizzlies (Colorado Rockies)
- LHP Michael Prosecky (5.0 IP, 4 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 2 BB, 5 K)
- SS Ryan Ritter (2-3, HR, 2 RBI, R, BB)
- DH Skyler Messinger (2-4, HR, 2 RBI, 2 R)
- CF Jesus Bugarin (1-4, HR, RBI, R)
Top Performers: Rancho Cucamonga Quakes (Los Angeles Dodgers)
- SS Jose Izarra (2-4, 2B, RBI)
- 3B/LF Kyle Nevin (2-4, 2B)
- LF/C Jorge Puerta (1-3, R, BB)
DAY DATE OPPONENT PROBABLE PITCHERS TIME (PT)
Friday April 21 Rancho Cucamonga Quakes
(Road) Fresno RHP Jordy Vargas (0-0, 4.00) vs. Rancho Cucamonga RHP Jerming Rosario (0-0, 1.00) 6:30 PM
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If you're looking for some fun in the sun, California is the perfect place to be. Even if you're located inland, like in Rancho Cucamonga, you're only a short drive away from some of the best beaches in the state. From surfing and swimming to beachcombing and sunbathing, the coast has something for everyone. In this article, we'll guide you through the top three beaches near Rancho Cucamonga, providing you with their addresses, distances from the original location, unique highlights, and parking and accessibility details.Address: 103...
If you're looking for some fun in the sun, California is the perfect place to be. Even if you're located inland, like in Rancho Cucamonga, you're only a short drive away from some of the best beaches in the state. From surfing and swimming to beachcombing and sunbathing, the coast has something for everyone. In this article, we'll guide you through the top three beaches near Rancho Cucamonga, providing you with their addresses, distances from the original location, unique highlights, and parking and accessibility details.
Known as "Surf City USA," Huntington Beach is the closest beach to Rancho Cucamonga, making it a popular choice among locals. With almost nine miles of sandy beaches and some of the best waves in the state, it's a surfer's paradise. But even if you're not a surfer, there's plenty to do, from beach volleyball to bonfires and concerts. The beach has plenty of parking, but it can get crowded, especially during the summer months. There are also plenty of amenities, including showers, restrooms, and food vendors.
If you're looking for a more upscale beach experience, Newport Beach is the place to be. The beach is known for its luxurious homes, high-end shops, and restaurants. The waves are also great for surfing, and there are plenty of other activities, such as paddleboarding and kayaking. The beach has plenty of parking, but it can be expensive, especially during peak season. There are also public restrooms and showers available.
Laguna Beach is a hidden gem that's worth the extra drive. The beach is surrounded by cliffs and coves, giving it a unique, picturesque landscape. The water is crystal clear, making it perfect for snorkeling and scuba diving. The beach is also home to several tide pools, where you can discover all kinds of sea creatures. Parking can be challenging, as the beach is located in a residential area. There are some paid parking lots nearby, but you can also try your luck with street parking.
If you're looking for a fun day trip or weekend getaway, these three beaches near Rancho Cucamonga are a great place to start. From the world-class waves of Huntington Beach to the scenic coves of Laguna Beach, there's something for everyone. Make sure to bring plenty of sunscreen, snacks, and water, and be prepared for crowds, especially during peak season. But most importantly, don't forget to have fun.
Authorities in Rancho Cucamonga are investigating a string of burglaries that have left several small business owners struggling to get by.Surveillance footage from Gandolfo’s New York Deli shows thieves breaking through the front door and going straight toward the back office at around 3:45 a.m. Wednesday morning.In just three minutes, they manage to steal a safe that was bolted to the floor and contained hundreds of dollars in employee tips.The owners, Kevin Mendez and Maira Gutierrez, told KTLA that between the ...
Authorities in Rancho Cucamonga are investigating a string of burglaries that have left several small business owners struggling to get by.
Surveillance footage from Gandolfo’s New York Deli shows thieves breaking through the front door and going straight toward the back office at around 3:45 a.m. Wednesday morning.
In just three minutes, they manage to steal a safe that was bolted to the floor and contained hundreds of dollars in employee tips.
The owners, Kevin Mendez and Maira Gutierrez, told KTLA that between the damage to their story and the stolen cash, they’ve lost about $10,000.
“It was just so brazen,” Gutierrez said. “Unfortunately, we did have about two weeks’ worth of deposits in our safe, which is not unusual. So, it was just so unlucky.”
Detectives with the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department say they’re investigating at least four burglaries at local businesses. Officials are unsure if the crimes are related but believe it’s a possibility.
Kabuki Japanese Restaurant in Victoria Gardens Mall was also hit. So was David’s Gifts and Tobacco, where Cheryl Brown has worked for the last 17 years.
“This is where I spend most of my time,” Brown told KTLA. “So, it makes me feel violated in some sort of way.”
The alarm at that store went off at around 4 a.m., and again, three people broke through the window and made off with two trash barrels worth of merchandise.
“They were here and gone within two minutes,” Brown said. “We don’t know what they used to smash the window, but they went straight to the back.”
Xiao Jia Ding told KTLA that her Koio Tea Shop was targeted on Tuesday morning. Two people broke the lock on her front door and stole expensive kitchen appliances.
“It’s brand new. We just opened, but we lost a professional machine,” Ding said. “The next morning, when we got in, I don’t know what we can do because the sugar machine, we need it.”
The frustrating reality for these small businesses is that they’re left cleaning up the mess and replacing what was taken from them.
“You almost feel violated because this is a safe community and we’re a tight-knit community,” said Mendez. “All the business owners here are small business owners, and we all know each other. It’s a labor of love. So, to just have somebody come and take that away from you, it’s tough.”
So far, the sheriff’s department has not identified any suspects or made any arrests. Detectives have been to each one of the businesses, though, collecting surveillance footage and dusting for fingerprints.