Glendale City Council discusses pros and cons of light rail

By Darrell Jackson | The Glendale Star

As the projected cost and operating cost of a proposed light rail route to downtown Glendale continues to rise, councilmembers heard their first update since approving a route in May 2016.

Councilmembers approved Resolution 5108 in May 2016, which identified light rail as the preferred mode of transit, as well as an additional study on where stations will be located, and how cars will shift from Glenn Drive to Myrtle Avenue near 51st/52nd avenues. It also allows staff to develop a formal agreement with the City of Phoenix for funding of Glendale’s share of construction costs.


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