Washington Blvd. Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Specific Plan

In 2018, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (METRO) selected the City of Pico Rivera through a competitive grant application to receive $390,000 for the preparation of a Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Specific Plan to advance planning and investment efforts around the proposed Washington and Rosemead Blvd Gold Line Station to create an environment that promotes, encourages, and supports transit ridership, and the interface between public transportation and surrounding communities.

The Washington Boulevard TOD Specific Plan will serve as the tool to establish a link between the implementation of the policies of the General Plan and attributes of the individual development proposals in this defined area. 

The principal program objectives of this grant include the following:
  • Support Implementation of Transit-Supportive Infrastructure and Housing
  • Increase Transit-Supportive Planning around existing and future METRO facilities
  • Sustainable Development Principles
  • Equitable Integration of Transportation and Community Planning
  • Meaningful Public Engagement
Together, the City of Pico Rivera and METRO have outlined the following objectives for the Specific Plan:
  • Transit-Supportive Development
  • Vibrant Mixed-Use Multi-Modal Environment
  • Enhanced Connectivity
  • Preservation of the Community’s Culture, Heritage, and Character
  • Creative Funding and Financing Options
  • Increased Economic Development Opportunities
  • Sustainable Design and Development

East Transit Corridor Phase 2

Station Options

Typical At-Grade Station

Typical Aerial Station


For questions, please contact Jazmin Faccuseh, Senior Analyst, at jfaccuseh@pico-rivera.org

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