Welcome to the Transportation Division!
The Transportation Division of the Community Development Department manages the transportation planning, funding, transit operations, and active transportation programs for the City of Burbank. The Transportation Division implements the long range transportation vision in the Burbank2035 Mobility Element.
"Burbank’s transportation network connects people to jobs, services, and recreation opportunities. Like most transportation systems in America today, Burbank relies heavily on solo vehicle travel. In a new era of higher gasoline costs, limited fossil fuel resources, increasing greenhouse gas emissions, and worsening air quality, Burbank should not be overly dependent on a single mode of travel. Access to mobility should be equally available to all members of the community, whether you are taking the train or bus to work, running errands in your car, riding your bike to meet friends for lunch, or walking home from school. Burbank should prepare its mobility system to adapt to new challenges while maintaining its high quality of life, secure economic position, and equal access to opportunity." ~ Burbank2035 Mobility Element, 2013
|Empire Avenue Interchange|
|Olive-Verdugo-Sparks Intersection Project|
|Alameda North Neighborhood Protection Plan|
|Burbank Channel Bikeway|
|San Fernando Bikeway|
|Bicycle Master Plan|
|Empire Center Supplemental EIR|
|Burbank2035 General Plan
|California High Speed Rail Project|
|Metro Measure M and Measure R|
|Metro State Route 710 North Project