Colton is founded in the state of California and a city in San Bernardino and was nicknamed as “Hub City” that is located in the region of the Inland Empire that is in the eastern part of Los Angeles. The city is the site of Colton Crossing and is considered to be the busiest at-grade railroad crossings in the whole United States. In 1892, the intersection was established by the California Southern Railroad that will cross the Southern Pacific Railroad tracks that were going northward from San Diego. With the railroad acquisitions and mergers, it became the point when the Burlington Northern Santa Fe and the crossing of the Union Pacific. The traffic in the line began to soar at the start of the middle of the 199s that was primarily fueled by the vast increase in the importation that will pass through the wharves of Long Beach and Los Angeles.

Population 53,243  (10.80%)

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