Innovative, Free, Personalized
GoVerdugo is a free resource to provide you personalized local travel services and programs in & around Arroyo Verdugo Area.
Your Local Travel Genius
What is GoVerdugo?
The Arroyo Verdugo Commute Manager System “GoVerdugo” is a centralized resource for travel planning. The goal of the project is to increase awareness of alternative modes of transportation to discourage single-driver trips in the Arroyo Verdugo region.
GoVerdugo is a collaboration of the Cities of Glendale, Pasadena and Burbank, along with the nonprofit Go Glendale and technical firm Acire, Inc. It is funded through a grant from the Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) and local match.
The system is free to all commuters who travel to or from the Arroyo Verdugo Region.
GoVerdugo allows individuals to create personal profiles used for travel planning in and around the Arroyo Verdugo area (Glendale, Burbank and Pasadena). During the registration process, individuals define where they travel, which travel modes interest them, if they want traffic conditions included with options, and the system searches for the best alternatives available. If you’re part of a city, employer or building manager trip reduction program, then additional solutions will be dynamically presented to you.
(Employers, Property Managers, Cities, TMA/TMOs
GoVerdugo provides a tool for Contributors to manage their On-site transportation programs. Create an account to centralize, manage and promote programs, communicate with individuals within your group and offer Go Verdugo transit subsidies. If you are an employer, property manager, City or TMA/TMO located in the city of Glendale, Burbank or Pasadena and would like a demonstration of how the GoVerdugo system can help you, please contact us and we’ll set up a time for one of our representatives to meet with you.
How it Works
This online trip planning and travel management tool will serve as a centralized resource for commuters to manage their travel options and access new rider subsidies. Commuters will create an online, customized personal profile catered to their interests and location. These options may include:
- Trip planning and resources for the modes that interest them, including transit, van/carpool, biking and walking
- New rider discounts on transit (Metro, Metrolink and local connectors)
- A custom map showing items of interest, including transit stops, bike paths, parking facilities, etc.
- The opportunity to share and connect with other commuters through social media, find open vanpool seats, carpool/bike partner matching, worksite networks and events