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Go Glendale (formerly the Glendale TMA) is a membership-based nonprofit organization working with local employers and property managers to reduce traffic congestion, improve air quality, accessibility and mobility in Glendale, CA.
Check out this new promotion for sharing the ride. Waze Carpool is offering $2 rides for Glendale Commuters from August 12th to October 31st if you join the Glendale Carpoolers Group.
Waze Carpool is an app from Waze that matches riders with drivers who are traveling along the same routes. It’s a quick and affordable option for getting to and from Glendale. Download the Waze carpool app available in the Google Play or App Store. You can also share the link: http://bit.ly/GlendaleCarpoolers.
As always, please feel free to reach out to Go Glendale with any questions at (818) 543-7641 or email@example.com.
Go Glendale Commute Series
Glendale commuters come in all kinds.
People bike, walk, bus, scoot, carpool, vanpool and drive. This series is
intended to share the stories of commuters who demonstrate it’s possible to get
to work without driving alone!
This month we’re featuring Jeslette
Verzosa, an amazing bicycle commuter from Adventist Health Glendale! Jeslette
Versoza and her husband are passionate bikers who bike to work twice a week. She
shares her commute story from Pacoima to Glendale- a 13-mile bike ride!
How do you get to work on a typical day?
I work varied start hours. Whenever I
start my shift at 5:30 am or anytime before 7:00 am, I drive from Pacoima to
Glendale. On most Wednesdays & Thursdays when my husband bikes to work, I
ride my bike with him. We part ways at Glenoaks and Olive St. and I continue my
freedom ride to Glendale via Glenoaks [Blvd].
What is the best part of your commute?
I love riding my bicycle as it gives me
freedom from traffic, gives me Vitamin D along the way. I enjoy the exercise
before my work starts. It gives me adrenaline. Now, coffee is optional. 😊
What/Who compelled you to begin commuting
I have witnessed my husband [biking] to work before. I have co-workers riding bikes from Santa Clarita to Glendale & I see them when I drive the streets of Glenoaks. I love the bike paths and bike friendly signs. My workplace encourages healthy lifestyle. I love the 3 feet law between cyclists & cars.
Are there any interesting commute stories
you’d like to share?
I showed up to work the first time last year with my bike
helmet and [sweaty] cycling clothes. They were all surprised. I told them,
“It’s been 13 miles”. They said, “Round trip? Not bad”. I answered, “No, one
way only. 30 miles at the end of the day.” They answered, “What?!”
Well, we were surprised, too!
Are there any commuting tips you’d like
to share with people working near you?
Streets are safe in Los Angeles. We have
to use safety measures too like [bike] lights, helmet, [and] visible clothing.
Join clubs or read about road signs & courtesy. Biking is cheaper than gas.
Have a great commute you’d like to post?
We’re collecting stories about commuters who carpool, vanpool, bike, walk,
scoot or take transit on the typical workday. At Go Glendale, we love to share
these stories. Please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org to be
featured in our Commuters of Glendale series.