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New renderings show off stations on Gold Line’s extension to Montclair

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The light rail will take riders from DTLA to Montclair in 75 minutes

A rendering of the future Montclair Gold Line station.
Courtesy of Foothill Gold Line Construction Authority

Construction is expected to start sometime this year on the next phase of the Gold Line extension, and a fresh crop of renderings offers a peek at what the nearly 12-mile long segment from Azusa to Montclair could have in store.

The images from the Foothill Gold Line Construction Authority, spotted by Urbanize LA, show how the six light rail stations in Glendora, San Dimas, La Verne, Pomona, Claremont, and Montclair may look when complete.

The renderings and additional information about the $1.4-billion project will be presented at a series of public information meetings in the communities where the stations will be built.

This section of the line isn’t expected to be finished until late 2025 or early 2026, but once it is, officials expect the line to offer a 75-minute trip from Montclair to Downtown LA.

The Glendora station.
The San Dimas station.
The La Verne station.
The Pomona station.
The Claremont station.
The Montclair station.