Transportation Services

The Glendale Transportation Department works to ensure safe and efficient travel for the people of Glendale.

Central Core Sidewalk Infill Project

The Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) and the Arizona Department of Transportation have awarded the City design and construction funding to close sidewalk gaps in Glendale's Central Core area near downtown. The project will improve sidewalk connectivity and pedestrian mobility throughout the area by constructing 15 missing sidewalk segments that range between 65 feet to 1,320 feet (0.25 miles) in length, and are located on 11 streets within a 1.4 square mile area.

Public Meeting

A public meeting has been scheduled to seek input on the proposed sidewalk construction.

When:                 Thursday, September 22nd from 5:00 pm to 7:00 PM

Where:                Glendale Community Center (see map below)
                            5401 W Ocotillo Road


This will be an open house public meeting, where residents can attend at any time during the two-hour window and discuss the project design directly with the project team. There will be no formal presentation. Input from the meeting will help determine the final design details. The final design is scheduled for completion in early 2023, with construction anticipated to begin in the summer of that year.

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Transportation Projects

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GUS the Bus is on DoubleMap – A Bus Tracking Mobile App
You can now download the free DoubleMap app today on iOS or Android and learn all you need to know about the Glendale Urban Shuttle (GUS). Plan your route and keep up to date in real-time. For more information watch the video below and visit Public Transportation / GUS.


Driver Safety 

Reminder to keep you safe!

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Monsoon storms and other incidents can cause traffic signals to lose power.
If you approach a traffic signal that has no power what do you do? Stop!
A blacked-out intersection works the same as a four-way stop.
Stop at the intersection and then proceed when you know other vehicles, bicycles or pedestrians have stopped.

Do you have a question or concern? Visit GlendaleOne or call us at 623-930-2940 

Contact Us

Shahid Abbas, Transportation Director
6210 W. Myrtle Ave
Glendale, AZ 85301