Transportation Division

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About the Transportation Division

We cover everything from buses to trains to walking, biking and rolling...

Office Location: 410 E. Dalton Avenue, Glendora 91741 Email: 
General Questions: 626-852-4814 Transit Dispatch: 626-914-8233 

The City of Glendora Transportation Division offers many different services to excite and encourage our community to use public and active transportation.  Services include our Dial-a-Ride Program, Metrolink and Gold Line Commuter Shuttles, Midday Teen Center Shuttle, Bus Pass Sales and Bike Month activities!  

The Transportation Division also oversees and manages Transportation Local Return Funds and any grant funds received in order to sustain the Division's services and programs.  The Division is also a liaison to other transit agencies within the region and makes sure to stay informed about upcoming projects, events, or programs that may affect or benefit the community of Glendora.

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Foothill Gold Line

Lean about the Gold Line Extension Project from Glendora to Montclair.  

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Curb to Curb transportation services for Glendora's Seniors 62+, or persons with disabilities 

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Shuttle Services

Commuter and Midday Shuttles to help you get around town. 

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TAP & Bus Passes

Learn how to get your TAP card and what you can load it with at the Transportation Center.

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Trip Planning

Need help planning a trip? You're in the right spot!    

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Travel Training

Learn how to use public transit from your peers.

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Bike & Walk

Interested in learning how to ride a bike?  Want to know where the best walking routes and trails are?

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Workshops & Events

Find the date for our next Travel Training Workshop and fun Events here and throughout our Region

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Learn about some of the cool transportation projects we have in the works!

How we are funded...

The Transportation Division is funded by a few sources. The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) distributes Local Return funding via four 1/2 cent sales tax measures: Proposition A, which are funds dedicated exclusively to benefit public transit; Proposition C, funds that are dedicated to benefit public & active transit; Measure R and Measure M, funds that can be applied to an even broader range of transportation projects and programs.

We also receive funding from South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) via its AB 2766 Motor Vehicle Subvention Program. A portion of DMV vehicle registration fees are distributed to Cities on a per capita basis to encourage programs that reduce congestion and improve air quality for the region.

We would love to hear from you!

If you would like more information about Transportation Division Services, transportation throughout the region or if you would like to submit a comment or suggestion regarding any of our services please complete this form or call the Transportation Division at (626) 852-4814.