At the City of Industry, we understand that issues like infrastructure, traffic, and public safety know no city boundaries. That is why we are committed to investing in regional projects that will improve the quality of life in the City of Industry as well as in surrounding communities. Explore the projects below to learn more about the City of Industry's commitment to regional investment.
57/60 Confluence Project
The 57/60 Confluence Project relieves one of the worst freight bottlenecks on the west coast. The City of Industry proudly partnered with the Federal and State governments, as well as Caltrans, Metro and surrounding communities, to make this project a reality. The City has contributed $35 million to the overall project. The entire project will generate approximately 5,148 jobs based on the recent American Recovery and Reinvestment Act formula for job creation.
Valley Boulevard Sound Wall Project
The Cities of Industry and La Puente completed the multi-phase Valley Boulevard sound wall to mitigate the impacts of noise related to traffic and railroad operations along Valley Boulevard in La Puente. The project was funded through a loam agreement approved by the two cities in October of 2015.
Nogales Street Grade Separation Project
The Nogales Street Grade Separation Project was open to the public in June of 2016. The two year project, constructed by the Alameda Corridor East Construction Authority with contributions from the City of Industry, constructed a six lane roadway underpass and a two track railroad bridge.