What is Dial-A-Ride?
Glendora's Dial-A-Ride service is a shared ride, curb-to-curb, transportation service provided to Glendora Residents who are 62 years of age or older, as well as residents who are younger than 62 who are unable to independently use the public transportation system due to disability.
Service hours are Monday-Friday, 8:00AM—5:00PM and Saturday-Sunday, 9:00AM—2:00PM. The cost to go anywhere within the City of Glendora is 50¢ for a one-way trip. We also go outside of the City limits to approved medical facilities for medical appointments only. Please contact Glendora Transportation at (626) 852-4814 for more information about the service and medical destinations in other cities.
Approved Medical Facilities:
- City of Hope
- Inter-Community Hospital
- Kaiser Permanente Baldwin Park Medical Center
- Kaiser Permanente San Dimas Medical Offices
- Kaiser Permanente Irwindale Medical Offices
- Pomona Valley Hospital
- Queen of the Valley Hospital
Disability Requirements: Resident must provide a doctor's note that indicates disability and explicitly describes how it prevents the applicant from using regular transit service.
Fares By Destination (One-Way):
Glendora = 50¢ Azusa, Covina, San Dimas = $1.50 Baldwin Park, Duarte, Pomona, W. Covina = $4.00
*If you would like to sign up, please visit our Sign Up For Dial-A-Ride page or click here.
**We are now accepting TAP Card payment on all Glendora shuttles and Dial-A-Ride transportation