Supervisor Hahn Announces Road Improvement Project in Rowland Heights, Diamond Bar

Los Angeles, CA—Today, Supervisor Janice Hahn announced a $3.28 million road improvement project across two segments of road in Rowland Heights and Diamond Bar.  The Board of Supervisors unanimously passed a motion to approve and advertise the project for construction bids.

The project will include repaving two sections of road in the unincorporated County community of Rowland Heights and the City of Diamond Bar as well as sidewalk improvements, two upgraded traffic signals, and streel light relocations.  One segment in Rowland Heights is along Fullerton Road around the Harbor Boulevard intersection. The second section of the project is along Pathfinder Road in both Rowland Heights and Diamond Bar including the Brea Canyon Cutoff Road intersection.

“My dad prided himself on the quality of the roads in his district and even promised to give a dollar to anyone who could find a pothole in one of his communities,” said Supervisor Hahn. “I appreciate that we are getting to work repaving the roads of the Fourth District and addressing congestion problems in the communities I represent.”

Funding for the project will be split between the County of Los Angeles and the City of Diamond Bar with the County contributing $2.86 million and Diamond Bar contributing $420,000. The construction contract is expected to be awarded in August and construction is expected to begin in October.