The City is inviting community input on recommended services changes to the Glendale Beeline. Members of the public are welcome to participate in any or all of the meetings at Glendale City Hall (613 E. Broadway). Visit www.GlendaleBeeline.com for details.
The Beeline is reimagining the bus network to create more customer-focused routes, faster and more reliable travel times, and less waiting at bus stops.
A survey was conducted earlier this year, and the results of this survey have now been synthesized in the Transit Route Analysis – a comprehensive vision of how Beeline can adapt to growth in Downtown urban density and extended commute times to both school and employment.
Watch the July 22nd Transportation and Parking Commission meeting here to see the project team present the finding and results from the analysis. Click here for the presentation and click here for more information.
Based on the finding and initial public input, the team is scheduled to present the draft recommendations for near-term and mid-term services changes to the Transportation and Parking Commission on September 23rd, 2019 at 6 pm at Glendale City Hall for a public hearing on a proposed implementation plan that prioritizes the service changes within the available funding resources. Click here to know more.
Glendale City Council is then tentatively scheduled to consider the recommended Beeline service changes in October.
The Beeline invites public comments on the proposed service changes through August 10, 2019. Please provide your input on the proposed changes!
They are making transit more convenient with:
- Faster Service;
- Expanded evening hours;
- And increased frequency
Comments may be submitted:
- By email to Beeline@GlendaleCA.gov
- By phone at 818-548-3960 Mon-Thu 7:30am-5:30pm, Fri 8am-5pm
- In writing to Beeline, 633 E. Broadway, Room 305, Glendale, CA 91206