Transportation services in the City of Burbank are coordinated between the Community Development Department and the Public Works Department. Click on the links below to contact each individual department.
Contact: (818) 238-5250
- Interstate 5 / Empire Interchange
- Bicycle Transportation
- Downtown Metrolink Station
- Long Range Transportation Planning
- Traffic Studies for New Development Projects
- Transportation Funding
Contact: (818) 238-3915
- Traffic Engineering
- Traffic Management Center (Traffic Signals)
- Signs and Striping
- Parking Permits
Getting Around in Burbank
Burbank Transit Services.
See www.burbankbus.org for complete information, maps and schedules.
Links to other transportation agencies:
Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG)
Burbank is a member of SCAG, which is the nation's largest metropolitan planning organization, representing six counties, 191 cities and more than 18 million residents. SCAG undertakes a variety of planning and policy initiatives to encourage a more sustainable Southern California now and in the future. SCAG's regional transportation and land use plans are documented in the Regional Transportation Plan / Sustainable Communities Strategy, which is updated every four years. The latest Draft 2016 RTP/SCS is available at http://scagrtpscs.net/.
Metro (formally MTA) operates 11 local and express routes within the City of Burbank.
Metrolink operates 23 weekday and 5 Saturday round trips serving the Downtown Burbank Station.
The City of Glendale operates one line (Route 12) linking the City's of Burbank and Glendale
Santa Clarita Transit
Santa Clarita Transit operates weekday commuter express service linking the Santa Clarita Valley and the City of Burbank.
Southern California Rideshare/Park & Ride Information
Southern California Rideshare offers information on car and vanpooling, trip planning, carpool lanes, and Park and Ride locations.
Los Angeles Department of Transportation operates commuter express service (route 549) linking the City of Burbank with Pasadena to the east and the San Fernando Valley to the west.