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HMC Architects in Rancho Cucamonga, Freeway Question

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RANCHO CUCAMONGA: Ontario-based architecture firm HMC Architects has just achieved LEED platinum certification for its Frontier Project for the Cucamonga Valley Water District, but that news is really just an excuse to run an image of this building, which was completed last year by the Cucamonga Valley Water District. The 14,000-square-foot building is a demonstration facility to show off the latest technologies in water, energy, and site conservation. [Curbed InBox]

WEST ADAMS: A fretful reader writes in: "On the 110 Freeway by USC/Adams Blvd, there is an upper and lower freeway level, with the new carpool lane addition above. However, I always drive below this new addition and notice that a portion of the upper level randomly ends and is cut off at one end, as if the upper level was never finished? Why is there this sudden ending point of the upper freeway? Is it going to be extended and connected one day?" [Curbed InBox]