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Go Glendale 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.

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Drop By Go Glendale, Walk Bike Glendale, and the City of Glendale’s Bike & Walk To Work Day Pit Stops!

Bike & Walk to Work Day is around the corner! Go Glendale and Walk Bike Glendale will be hosting a pitstop at 800 N Brand on Wednesday, May 17 from 8 am to 10 am. Additionally, there will be a pit stop at Glendale City Hall from 8 am to 10 am, hosted by the City of Glendale.

Join us for giveaways, snacks, and refreshments! We will be there rain or shine to support you!

More than 80% of bike commuters say they feel healthier and less stressed. Probably because they’re getting exercise, saving money, and doing something good for the environment. Be one of those people!

Get Your Go Glendale Complimentary Metrolink Ticket!

Go Glendale has teamed up with Metrolink to offer a complimentary round-trip ticket to our members!

You can sign up right now in three easy steps. Check out this page to claim your ticket now: Complimentary Go Glendale Metrolink Ticket - Go Glendale

Go Glendale 2022 Average Vehicle Ridership Survey Results

In 2022, many of us started returning to our jobs in-person on a more regular basis. Despite more regular commuting habits, this year’s Average Vehicle Ridership (AVR) survey demonstrates an even higher commitment to sustainability than last year.

Throughout the month of October, Go Glendale partnered with the City of Glendale to conduct an AVR survey with each of our eight member properties in Downtown Glendale. For one week, we asked you about your commute routines, your thoughts on public transportation, and ideas on what changes could make sustainable commutes to and from Glendale even easier. Go Glendale then analyzed and summarized these results, bringing you the final results in this post.

Take a look at how Glendale commutes, and how things have changed since 2021!

As a note, the Average Vehicle Ridership is a ratio of the number of employee/resident trips over the number of vehicle trips. The higher the ratio, the fewer vehicle trips are being taken in comparison to all trips.

Thank you to the eight properties that participated in the Go Glendale AVR survey this year! This year, we saw a decrease in telecommuting, along with an increase in sustainable modes, and a decrease in single-occupancy vehicle (SOV) trips. With transit frequencies back to pre-pandemic levels as of December 11th and more improvements happening in the coming years, Go Glendale is optimistic that this trend can continue in the coming months and years.

With an AVR score of 2.43 (when averaging AM and PM trips), we are still well above our goal of 1.25. However, there is still much work to be done to keep this number high as we continue to recover from the commute disruptions of the pandemic.