To Eliminate One of California’s Most Dangerous Crossings
LOS ANGELES, Calif. – The California High-Speed Rail Authority (Authority) is funding 50 percent of a $137 million project to grade separate Rosecrans and Marquardt Avenues in Santa Fe Springs. This intersection has been rated by the California Public Utilities Commission as the most hazardous grade crossing in the State of California – with over 52,000 vehicles and around 110 trains using this grade crossing every day. See why the high-speed rail program is investing in this key safety improvement project that will benefit drivers and pedestrians, and improve overall regional mobility.
California High-Speed Rail Authority Southern California Regional Office 700 N. Alameda Street, Room 3-532