Glendale

Valley Metro, in partnership with the cities of Glendale and Peoria, is conducting a study to identify a park-and-ride location to serve riders of Express Routes 573 and 575 and meet the transit needs of the Northwest Valley. The park-and-ride will serve express bus routes. Improvements are necessary to enhance the quality of transit service and support growing ridership.

As of July 2021, the city of Glendale will take over design, implementation and installation of improvements for the current Foothills Aquatic Center (FRAC) at 5600 W. Union Hills Dr. location. A service planning study will review Route 573 and Route 575 to determine how best to serve the park-and-ride area.

Glendale park-and-ride.

Valley Metro, in partnership with the cities of Glendale and Peoria, conducted a study to identify a park-and-ride location to serve riders of Express Routes 573 and 575 to meet the transit needs in the northwest Valley. The park-and-ride would serve multiple local and express bus routes. Improvements are necessary to enhance the quality of transit service and support growing ridership.

The North Glendale Park-and-Ride study included two phases:

  • Phase 1: Site Selection
  • Phase 2: Preliminary Design

As of July 2021, the city of Glendale will take over design, implementation and installation of improvements for the current Foothills Aquatic Center (FRAC) at 5600 W. Union Hills Dr. location. A service planning study will review Route 573 and Route 575 to determine how best to serve the park-and-ride area.

Glendale park-and-ride.

Valley Metro, in partnership with the cities of Glendale and Peoria, conducted a study to identify a park-and-ride location to serve riders of Express Routes 573 and 575 to meet the transit needs in the northwest Valley. The park-and-ride would serve multiple local and express bus routes. Improvements are necessary to enhance the quality of transit service and support growing ridership.

The North Glendale Park-and-Ride study included two phases:

  • Phase 1: Site Selection
  • Phase 2: Preliminary Design