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Transit and Active Transportation Projects in the Works!

Glendora Urban Trail System

The San Dimas Wash Urban Trail is the first of three trails the city is developing in response to resident input on Glendora's Parks and Trails Master Plan. This pilot project is a three-mile, eight-foot wide asphalt bicycle trail that will have two, two-foot wide natural surface walking areas on each side. Construction is slated to begin in early 2018 and will be done three phases:

In addition to providing health and recreation benefits, the trail will enhance access to neighborhoods along the trail route at residential street intersections, and provide planting and mural opportunities at commercial buildings near Grand Avenue.

First/Last Mile Plan

The City of Glendora is part of LA Metro's First/Last Mile Plan! The Plan is an approach for identifying barriers and planning and implementing improvements for the first/last mile portions of an individual’s journey. Working with LA Metro, we are looking to expand the transit experience, improve safety, and enhance visual aesthetics,

If you would like to find out more about First/Last Mile, click here!

Electrice Vehicle Charging Station

The City of Glendora is installing a new Electric Vehicle charger in from of the Transportation Center, for your car charging needs! The charger will be installed early 2020 located at 410 E Dalton Ave, Glendora, CA 91741.

New All-Electric Passenger Bus 

Part of the City of Glendora's mission is to improve transit for residents along with creating better transit options for the environment. The City will be receiving an all electric zero emission transit vehicle, in Spring 2020. This vehicle will allow a more efficient and "green" travel option versus using natural gas that most vehicles use. 

Bus Stop Enhancement Project

The Bus Stop Enhancement Project is an ongoing program to improve bus stops throughout the City of Glendora. Enhancements may include landscaping, new bus shelters, and new benches.