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Metro Gold Line Light Rail Transit Project, Metro Gold Line Construction Authority (2000-2004), South Pasadena, California. Formerly known as the Pasadena Blue Line Light Rail Transit Project, Phase 3 involved completion of the 30% urban design documents for the portion of Marmion Way from Avenue 50 through Figueroa, including the design of the Avenue 57 Station vicinity. Pedestrian amenities there include: a two block long pedestrian/transit plaza, street trees, benches, landscaping, pergola, special paving design commemorating the historical roots of the neighborhood, and Arts & Crafts era architectural compatibility. Fred Glick coordinated the contract for the Construction Authority for quality assurance/quality control from 2001-2003. Construction is now complete. The Avenue 57 Station Transit Plaza and Marmion Way Corridor dedication was held on Saturday, May 10, 2003. Recipient of 2004 National Transportation Planning Award of Excellence, Safety Conscious Planning, sponsored by the Federal Highway Administration, Federal Transit Administration and the American Planning Association, Washington, D.C. Awards Jury consisted of ITE, AASHTO, APTA, and AAA.