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  • Anaheim Canyon Metrolink Station Improvement Project Ramp Closure

    Starting Date: 10/18/2021
    Ending Date: 11/1/2021

    The access ramp will be closed from Monday, October 18 to Friday, November 5, 2021 while a new ramp is constructed. During this time, the train platform will be accessible via the stairs or La Palma Avenue Sidewalk. We appreciate your patience as we improve the Anaheim Canyon Metrolink Station.

    La rampa de acceso estará cerrada desde el lunes 18 de octubre hasta el viernes 5 de noviembre de 2021 mientras se construye una nueva rampa. Durante este tiempo, se podrá acceder la plataforma del tren a través de las escaleras o la Avenida La Palma. Agradecemos su paciencia mientras mejoramos la estación de Metrolink de Anaheim Canyon.

    To meet current and future rail transit demand, the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) will expand and improve the Anaheim Canyon Metrolink Station. OCTA will construct a second main track, a new station platform, and extend the existing platform to improve reliability for passengers overall. Improvements to this multi-modal station that connects passengers with OCTA and local bus service will enhance on-time performance and accommodate current and future growth.

    This project is part of the OC Go program. OC Go (also known as Measure M), is a 30-year half-cent sales tax for transportation improvements in Orange County through 2041. After experiencing the success and progress of M1, nearly 70% of Orange County voters renewed the half-cent sales tax for transportation improvements to launch OC Go in 2011. In addition to OC Go funding, this project received funding from federal and local sources.

    Project Benefits

    • New station platform and extension of existing platform for greater convenience and accessibility for passengers
    • New second station track allows more than one train to serve the station and pass through the station area at a time
    • Provides enhanced rail service reliability and on-time performance
    • Improvements to existing at-grade crossings
    • New benches, shade structures, and ticket vending machines for passengers
  • At a Glance

    Affected Cities
    Total Cost
    $29.86 million
    Funding Source
    OC Go and Federal Funds

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