The City of Corona Public Works Department
Mixed-Use Intermodal Transportation District | Visioning | Conceptual Master Plan
KTGY was responsible for preparing planning and design studies for the Corona High Speed Rail (HSR) Transportation District, which includes a publicly-owned 50 acre site located within a ½-mile radius study area. The purpose of the work effort is to examine all properties and how they can relate to the proposed HSR Station. The City of Corona has applied to the California High Speed Rail (CHSR) Authority to be designated as a stop along the alternate route, which is plotted for the I-15 corridor. The Corona station is planned as an “intermediate” or “line” station, which means it will have run-through capabilities. Off-line platforms will be provided to accommodate staged trains for drop-off and pick-up. The station will be an iconic centerpiece for the City of Corona to welcome residents and visitors who choose to utilize CHSR. The goal is to create an integrated mixed use transportation district that entices people to use more efficient and sustainable modes of mobility rather than relying on automobiles for transportation. This district is intended to provide an intense and compact transportation district that helps foster a beautiful, safe and lively mixed-use environment in the City of Corona.