The City of Pasadena Department of Transportation is hosting a month long campaign of fun and healthy bicycle activities throughout the month of May. May is traditionally recognized as National Bike Month but has not been celebrated in Pasadena since 2019.  Activities will include group rides, social gatherings, a film screening, and guided tours of local landmarks. So dust off those bikes, put on a helmet, and come see Pasadena on bike! Bike Month Pasadena is made possible by the... continue reading »"BIKE MONTH PASADENA RETURNS!"

Metro Coordinated Plan Public Outreach

Metro is in the process of updating its Coordinated Public Transit - Human Services Transportation Plan for LA County and is seeking public comment. The plan addresses the regional transportation needs of seniors, persons with disabilities, low-income individuals and veterans. The plan will also address federal requirements per the Federal Transit Administration's (FTA) Section 5310 funding process for urbanized and rural areas. Comments can be submitted by email, voicemail or mail through April 19, 2021. Visit to view the... continue reading »"Metro Coordinated Plan Public Outreach"

Metro North Hollywood to Pasadena BRT Project

The North Hollywood to Pasadena Transit Corridor (NoHo to Pasadena BRT) extends approximately 18 miles and is a key regional connection between the San Fernando and San Gabriel Valleys with connections to the Metro Red, Orange and Gold Lines, as well as Metrolink and other municipal bus lines. This past summer, Metro held a 60-day public scoping period to receive comments on the proposed project and environmental issues that the Project’s Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR) should address. Metro ended... continue reading »"Metro North Hollywood to Pasadena BRT Project"

Union Street 90% Virtual outreach

The Union Street Protected Bike Lane project webpage has been updated with the latest plans and information. Due to persistent COVID-19 conditions, the information on the webpage will serve as the 90% Design Public Outreach Meeting. From More information click here: Union Street Bike Way  

North Lake Avenue Traffic and Pedestrian Safety Enhancement Plan

The City of Pasadena is conducting a safety enhancement corridor study for North Lake Avenue from Mountain Street to Maple Street. Through this project, the City aims to improve pedestrian and traffic safety along the 0.6 mile-long corridor that links downtown and the Gold Line Lake Station with the neighborhoods north of the freeway and Altadena. This project will use public and stakeholder input to assess the safety and connectivity of all roadway users. A concept design with cost estimation... continue reading »"North Lake Avenue Traffic and Pedestrian Safety Enhancement Plan"