SANBAG prepared a report that recommended first and last-mile access improvements to transit stations based on a planning-level analysis. Subsequently, SANBAG conducted environmental clearance studies and submitted an ATP Cycle 1 grant application, which was approved for $4.6 million to fund the design and construction of the proposed improvements. Six Metrolink stations, located in the cities of Montclair, Upland, Rancho Cucamonga, Rialto, and San Bernardino, have been determined to be the first set to receive the improvements. KOA was selected to put together a construction bid package for accessibility improvement projects for six stations and to provide assistance during construction. The improvements includes road diets, traffic signal modifications, enhanced crossings, trail extensions, sidewalk design, wayfinding signage, striping, automated rail crossing gates for pedestrians, bicycle lockers, bicycle parking, bicycle facilities, pavement repairs, and lighting. The implemented designs will provide enhanced station access to pedestrians and bicyclists.