Glendale Train Station – First/Last Mile Regional Improvements Project

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Scope of Work

The disadvantaged neighborhood around the Glendale Transportation Center is vehicle-oriented and lacks adequate active transportation facilities for users to complete the first and last portion of their trip to and from a destination on their own. This project has outlined the barriers and has planned improvements to the first and last mile of a user’s trip. The Glendale Train Station and Transportation Center project is composed of 2 phases. The City received funds from the Metro 2015 Call for Projects grant program and Measure M Local Return funds for Phase 1 of the project as well as funds from the 2017 Active Transportation Program fund and Transportation Development Act funds for Phase 2 of the project.

  • Cold milling the existing pavement;
  • Placing rubberized asphalt pavement wearing course (ARHM) over the Asphalt Concrete Pavement leveling course;
  • Selective removal and replacement of deteriorated asphalt pavement;
  • Placing Portland Cement Concrete street surface;
  • Application of emulsion aggregate slurry (Slurry Seal II);
  • Selective removal and replacement of damaged sidewalks, driveways, bus pads, and curbs and gutters;
  • Constructing or modifying curb ramps to meet ADA guidelines;
  • Constructing Bio-retention area at El Bonito Avenue and Mira Loma Avenue;
  • Relocating existing and installing new street lights;
  • Installing Pedestrian Lighting,
  • Installation of protected Bike Lanes on Los Feliz Road;
  • Modification of Traffic signal at Los Feliz and Gardena Avenue;
  • Planting new trees;
  • Adjusting utility frame and covers to finished pavement grade;
  • Installing new traffic striping, pavement markings and signage, including shared lane pavement markings (Sharrow). 

Construction Updates

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Construction Schedule 

Design is scheduled to be completed by early 2020 and construction will be completed by mid 2021.

Traffic Impacts

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Project Location

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Construction Photos 

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Community Meetings

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Contact Information

  • Public Works Engineering, (818) 548-3945
  • Public Works Project Manager, Armond Simonian Email