The city of Fontana, Calif., is jumping on board a bit late, but I'm glad to see it says it will try to revitalize its portion of Route 66.
According to the San Bernardino County Sun:
City leaders are trying to celebrate Fontana's Route 66 ties through streetscape, such as fountains, a park, signs, monuments, decorative street lights, landscaped medians and possibly an arched entryway.
Council members are in Washington today to hit up legislators for $75,000 in funding to preserve the heritage of the Mother Road.
Route 66-themed amenities, such as street signs that look like license plates, would be added as Foothill Boulevard is improved with lighting, curbs and gutters and new development.
City crews are already working to spruce up the street at Almeria and Tokay avenues with landscaped medians and decorative light poles.