A three-year, $37 million environmental study to determine the best option to close the 710-gap launched last week.
Alhambra government supports a tunnel as a solution to the way in which 710 traffic is currently dumped on its clogged streets; South Pasadena is promoting a vision for a "multimodal approach", incorporating bikes, trains, and other public transportation. We asked readers what they thought the best solution was.
The reults: A tunnel was the top choice, followed by more bike lanes and rail and bus transportation.
Thirty-one people responded, 22 of them from Alhambra, one from South Pasadena, and seven from other places.