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RSVP to Our Virtual Commuters of Glendale Meeting!

We hope that you can attend our 2022 virtual Commuters of Glendale meeting scheduled on Wednesday, September 28th, from 1 pm to 2 pm on Zoom! We’ll be joined by guests from Metro, Metrolink, Enterprise, and the City who will provide updates on current transportation projects, services updates, commuting options, and much more!

Interested folks can RSVP by emailing director@goglendale.org. Zoom details will be emailed out to all registered participants a few days before the event. 5 lucky participants will each win a $50 Metro Gift Shop ecard that can be used to purchase any Metro-themed apparel, accessories, or home & living items and décor. 

Commuters of Glendale August 2022

Meet Chloe

Commuters of Glendale is a collection of stories about commuters who carpool, vanpool, bike, walk, scoot or take transit on a typical workday.

  1. Where do you work in Glendale?
    The City of Glendale
  2. How often are you commuting, if on a hybrid schedule?
    Tuesdays-Fridays
  3. What does your typical commute look like?
    I walk or ride my bike
  4. What is the best part of your commute?
    Getting some activity in the morning, feeling I'm in touch with my neighborhood, getting to go home at lunch do pet my dog!
  5. What/Who encouraged you to begin commuting this way?
    Reading about healthy cities and street safety. I made it a priority to live/work as car free as possible.
  6. Do you have any interesting commute stories you'd like to share?
    I tend to notice a lot more cool architectural gems, film shoots, and little hole in the wall places more than when I drove
  7. Are there any commuting tips that'd you like to share?
    Invest your unused gas money in some cute AND comfortable shoes!! Be super careful and overly cautious of cars

Thank you for sharing your commute story Chloe!

Would you like to share your commute story? We’re collecting stories about commuters who carpool, vanpool, bike, walk, scoot or take transit on a typical workday. At Go Glendale, we love to share these stories. Please reach out to us at director@goglendale.org to be featured in our Commuters of Glendale series.

Metrolink Round-Trip Pass Program Returns!

Go Glendale and Metrolink have partnered to provide Downtown Glendale’s residents and commuters a free roundtrip ticket good for any Metrolink line. To claim your free roundtrip ticket please sign-up for our Downtown Neighbors Club or our Commuters Club. Once signed up, we will provide you with a promo code that you can use to redeem your ticket at any Metrolink ticket vending machine.

Metrolink provides regional commuter rail service across multiple counties including Ventura, Los Angeles, Orange, and San Bernardino Counties. Travelers in Glendale can connect to the Antelope Valley and Ventura County Metrolink Lines from our local Glendale Metrolink station located at 400 W. Cerritos Ave., Glendale CA 91204.

Learn more about how to ride the train by clicking HERE for more information.

Need help with planning your trip? Try using Moovit, Metrolink’s official app partner or contact us at Go Glendale, contact@goglendale.org.