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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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Downtown Glendale Urban Art Walk

Downtown Glendale Urban Art Walk

On June 2nd, Go Glendale organized a Downtown Glendale Urban Art Walk to discuss the Climate Action and Adaptation Plan (CAAP) for Glendale. We have created a map of the route to allow people to take a self-paced tour of Urban Art at the intersection of mobility and climate resilience. We hope that the Urban Art Walk will help you explore the city with a greater awareness of Glendale's urban environment and opportunities for walking, biking and taking transit to your favorite places downtown. We are always open to hearing your thoughts on the CAAP and have a series of questions and polls posted on our Instagram Stories highlights under "CAAP Feedback". Leave a comment to be entered into a raffle to win one of two $25 gift cards to Salt & Straw! 🍦

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Bike Month 2024

May is Bike Month and Glendale is celebrating with new project updates and three pitstops on Bike to Work Day. Visit a pitstop on Glendale's Bike to Work Day on May 17th for treats and goodies from Go Glendale, the City of Glendale, and Walk Bike Glendale. Be sure to keep an eye out for the Golden Bike throughout May to participate our bike month raffle too! Spot the Golden Bike? Send us message or tag us on your social media posts using #GGgoldenbike  

Earth Month Scavenger Hunt!

Join Go Glendale's Earth Month Scavenger Hunt, an adventure through Glendale! Test your local transportation and sustainability skills to solve the clues and earn your entry in our raffle! The Scavenger is expected to take about 15 minutes and will begin at Glendale City Hall. Answers will be accepted month long in celebration of Earth Day. Bring your friends and family to participate in a fun and educational experience that promotes sustainable living! Head to the starting point at Glendale’s City Hall and find the "mini-Earth"! Once you’re there answer the questions from the link below to unlock clues for our Earth Day Scavenger Hunt! Thinking caps and regular caps are suggested for the journey. At the end of the scavenger hunt, you will be entered into a raffle to win a $50 gift card to a local plant store. Good luck!


Claim Your Free Go Glendale Metrolink Ticket!

Exciting news for all Glendale commuters! Go Glendale is thrilled to announce the return of our Metrolink promotional offer, as part of our mission to support sustainable transportation we've decided to give our commuters a free Metrolink ticket to and from a destination of their choice!

Hop on a Metrolink train without worrying about the cost. Whether you prefer the convenience of a digital ticket on the Metrolink app or the tangible experience of a paper ticket to be redeemed at a Metrolink vending machine, we've got you covered.

To take advantage of this offer, all you need to do is send an email to [email protected]. In your email, simply let us know your preference for a digital or paper ticket, and we'll send you a ticket for a free ride on us. Whether it's your regular commute to and from Glendale or an opportunity to explore one of Metrolink's many connecting destinations, claim this special offer to experience to experience the ease and efficiency of Metrolink's service for free!

 Email us today at [email protected] and enjoy a free ride on us!

Go Glendale 2023 Average Vehicle Ridership Survey Results

In 2023, a significant number of individuals resumed in-person work routines more consistently. With the decrease in telework, this year's Average Vehicle Ridership (AVR) survey reveals  a promising uptick in sustainable commuting modes and transit as opposed to a mass transition back to single-occupancy vehicles. Throughout October, Go Glendale collaborated with the City of Glendale to conduct an AVR survey across our ten 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.

Explore how commuting in Glendale has evolved, comparing the data with the findings from 2022!

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.