Foothill Gold Line quiz The Foothill Gold Line is coming to San Dimas. What does that mean for the San Dimas community and how will it affect you? What streets are closed during construction, and what’s the best detour? When will the station actually open? Take our quiz to test your knowledge. Answers to these questions were sourced from the Foothill Gold Line website. 1. True or false: Cars represent more than 75% of all trips taken in the San Gabriel Valley.Hint: You can find the answer here.TrueFalse2. Population and job growth across the San Gabriel Valley are two big reasons cited by the Construction Authority for the need to establish an extensive rail network in the subregion. At what rate is the San Gabriel Valley’s population estimated to grow by 2040?Hint: The answer is in this document.11.4%27.8%50.1%18.2%3. Once completed, how long will a Gold Line trip from San Dimas to downtown Los Angeles take?Hint: See this page of the Foothill Gold Line's website.45 minutes56 minutes67 minutes78 minutes4. The Glendora-to-Montclair extension is the third and final phase of the Foothill Gold Line rail network. The first two phases connected Los Angeles to Pasadena and then to Azusa. True or False: The third phase of construction is fully funded to add another 12.3 miles to its route.Hint: You'll find the answer in this story from the San Dimas Community Post.TrueFalse5. Which of the following stations/cities is NOT part of the current extension?Hint: The answer is on this page of the Foothill Gold Line's website.GlendoraLa VerneMontclairCovina6. The railroad crossing on Eucla Ave. will be fully closed to construction for six months starting in March. Which street will serve as the main detour route?Hint: The answer is in this Kiewit-Parsons construction notice.N. Acacia St.San Dimas Ave.Cataract Ave.Eucla Ave.7. The image below is a rendering of the San Dimas Gold Line Bridge, which will be built over the intersection of Bonita Ave. and Cataract Ave. Required for safety reasons by the California Public Utilities Commission, how many Gold Line trains will cross over this intersection each day once it’s in full operation?Hint: The answer is in this fact sheet about the San Dimas Gold Line Bridge.20 trains200 trains500 trains2000 trains8. When is construction of the San Dimas station expected to begin?Hint: The answer is in this chart.Fourth Quarter 2021First Quarter 2022Third Quarter 2021Second Quarter 2021All finished! If you want to be the first to know more about Gold Line construction and other important things happening in San Dimas, select the button below to sign up for our email list (we promise we won't sell your information). Otherwise, hit the submit button to see your final score. Time is Up!