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 its scoping period on August 15, 2019 and received over 2,500 comments from numerous stakeholders.
In response to the many public comments received, Metro has added a State Route 134 (SR-134) route option in the Eagle Rock portion of the study area. The Project map depicts each route option being studied in the Draft EIR.
The Draft EIR is anticipated to be released in Spring 2020 for public review and comment.
While Metro is not seeking additional comments on the scope of the Draft EIR, the agency continues to seek feedback from stakeholders on the overall project.
To facilitate community feedback, Metro will host a series of workshops in North Hollywood, Burbank, Glendale, Eagle Rock and Pasadena. The workshops will be an opportunity to share your vision of how the BRT Project could operate. Each BRT workshop will be tailored to address the various options being proposed within the city/community where the workshop is being held. Click here to learn the details of the upcoming workshops .
The North Hollywood to Pasadena BRT Project is funded by Measure M and Senate Bill 1, which provide $267 million in funding. The Project has an anticipated opening date in 2024.