Go Glendale news updates

Bike to Work Day is Thursday May 19th!

Reminder: May is Bike to Work Month! On Thursday May 19th, Go Glendale will be hosting a Pit Stop at 400 N. Brand from 6 to 9 AM.  Swing by on your way to work for coffee, treats and other bike-to-work goodies!


May 7: Bike Training & Ride for Downtown Glendale Residents!

RSVP to erika@goglendale.org by Weds, May 5th!

Sponsored by Go Verdugo

Join us for a brief seminar on bike safety, followed by a ride to several nearby destinations (to see which routes to use and where to park your bike), and free pizza back at Modera Glendale afterwards!

Meet Your Neighbors Ride (May 7 2016)

*Participants without a bike and helmet are still welcome to attend the Safety Training from 10-11am.
…And meet us for pizza after the ride, around Noon!

Bike parking is located in the bike room in Modera’s parking garage.

Questions? Contact Erika Kampe (erika@goglendale.org or 818-543-7641).

Transportation & Health Survey

Go Glendale, in collaboration with Southern California Associations of Governments (SCAG) and Glendale Adventist Medical Center (GAMC), is pleased to provide you with a survey that examines the impact of transportation modalities and its effect on our community’s health. A better understanding of our patients’ and community members’ use of public and private transportation can play an important role in providing rural residents access to health care.

The purpose of the survey is to:
• Identify community members’ use of public and/or private transportation
• Assess community members’ use of primary care services and Emergency room/urgent clinics
• Assess the use of such services as Uber and Lyft for medical trips
• Assess how much our community members rely on others for transportation, specifically for health related purposes

This 3-5 minute survey is confidential and you are not required to provide your name or any identifying information. The deadline for the survey responses is Monday, May 23rd, 2016. Thank you for your participation in addressing our community’s needs.

Please see the links below and select your preferred language. Together we can better support our patients’ and community’s needs. We encourage you to complete this survey and forward this email to your peers and colleagues in the following areas: Glendale, Highland Park, Glassell Park and Eagle Rock.

Thank you and your input is very much appreciated and valued!


Gold Line & 501 Line

Source: Steve Hymon/Metro

Source: Steve Hymon/Metro


Metro’s Gold Line Extension and new 501 Line are now open for service!

Make sure to test out the new lines yourself and see how they can be incorporated into your daily commute. Your mornings just got better!

Click here for more information about the Gold Line Extension.

Click here for more information about the 501 Line from North Hollywood to Pasadena.

Go Glendale Member Meeting, March 3

Go Glendale Member Mtg Invite (Mar 3 2016)

Join us! Please RSVP to erika@goglendale.org by Mon, Feb 29.

Announcing Go Glendale’s Newest Members!

Go Glendale is pleased to announce its newest members, both located in Downtown Glendale:

We look forward to working with your tenants and residents!

Go Glendale Ribbon Cutting, Thursday May 29th

Come join us in celebrating our new name and website at a ribbon cutting cohosted by the Glendale Chamber of Commerce!

Thursday, May 29
Reception with coffee and pastries 8-9am
Ribbon cutting at 8:30am
400 N Brand Blvd, Glendale

Please RSVP to erika@goglendale.org or 818-543-7641.


May 15th is Bike to Work Day!

If you usually drive to work, Bike to Work Day is the perfect day to pump up those bike tires, dust off your helmet, and pedal in to work. Thursday, May 15th is Bike to Work Day, and your efforts will be rewarded at a variety pit stops located all over the LA metro region, including four right here in Glendale, open from 6-9am. Have a mechanic check your bike at the Flower & Sonora pit stop, or swing by Go Glendale’s stop downtown for bagels and coffee! Better yet, hit all four!