NoHo - Pasadena Transit Corridor Public Hearing and Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) Review



Metro has a plan to make it easier to get around, which includes improving bus service to better connect communities in the San Fernando and San Gabriel Valleys. Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) is faster and more reliable than regular bus service and can improve access to jobs, schools and recreation by providing connections to key destinations and the regional transit network.


The NoHo to Pasadena Transit Corridor Project extends approximately 18 miles, with connections to the Metro B (Red), G (Orange) and L (Gold) Lines, as well as Metrolink and other municipal bus lines. The proposed project will serve North Hollywood, Burbank, Glendale, Eagle Rock and Pasadena. BRT is designed to rival the speed, capacity, and comfort of high-quality rail lines by making capital and operational improvements.


Metro invites you to a virtual public hearing or virtual platform on your own time to learn more about the project, the environmental process and provide your comment. Public hearings are being held to gather public comment on the Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) during the review period from October 26, 2020 to December 10, 2020.


Comment on the DEIR at an upcoming virtual public hearing or visit our virtual platform to learn more about the project, view the project recap video, meeting presentation and project boards at nohopasbrt.com.


Virtual Public Hearing Dates:


Thursday, November 12, 6–8pm

Link: zoom.us/j/93362737314

Phone: 877.853.5247

Access code: 933 6273 7314#


Saturday, November 14, 11am–1pm

Link: zoom.us/j/93255094044

Phone: 877.853.5247

Access code: 932 5509 4044#


Metro invites you to stay involved and share your feedback.


All Metro meetings are accessible to persons with disabilities. Spanish translation provided. Other ADA accommodations and translations available by calling 323.466.3876 at least 72 hours in advance.

Glendale City Hall: 613 East Broadway Street

Contact: (818) 548-4844