November 28, 2022
At the beginning of this month, the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) released the Environmental Assessment (EA) for the Victor Valley to Rancho Cucamonga portion of the Brightline West project. This process includes a 30-day public comment period that will extend through the end of November.
Online where public comments were entered using the following link: Victor Valley to Rancho Cucamonga Brightline West Project
These comments are related to the Environmental Assessment for the Victor Valley to Rancho Cucamonga portion of the Brightline West project released by the Federal Railroad Administration. Inland Action is a non-profit, non-partisan corporation of public-spirited leaders who have joined together to be catalysts for the economic well-being of the Inland Empire region of California since 1962.
The Victor Valley to Rancho Cucamonga portion of the Brightline West project is a significant project for residents of San Bernardino County, as well as all the interstate travelers and industries who make their way through the Cajon Pass on a daily basis. This project will significantly enhance connectivity through the I-15 corridor, reduce emissions and congestion, create jobs, and spur economic activity in surrounding communities.
The Brightline project will play a key role in the series of multimodal solutions which include the expansion of public transit with Arrow service, as well as projects like the West Valley Connector, Express Lanes network, and Zero-Emission Multiple Unit, our contribution to the nation, that are currently in San Bernardino County Transportation Authority’s project pipeline.
We look forward to approval of this Environmental Assessment and full development of this project.
Deborah Barmack, President
Inland Action, Inc.
Comment Tracking Number: lb1-6qzo-qshz