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Burbank Channel Bikeway

This lightly trafficked biking and walking trail offers scenic views and is ideal for all skill levels.


The new 0.75-mile long path – officially called phase two of the Burbank Wash Bikeway – extends along the Burbank Western Wash from Olive Avenue to Alameda Avenue. The path has created new mobility and recreation opportunities in one of the most population-dense parts of the city of Burbank.

The northern end of the project is at the Downtown Burbank Metrolink Station, and the path connects to Metrolink trains as well as many of the area’s bus lines. The southern end of the project connects to the existing quarter-mile phase one of the wash path which originally opened in 2011.

The project gives cyclists and pedestrians the opportunity to explore LA via bike, offering an up-close and personal encounter with many of the local historic bridges that were built back in the 1940s.

View a map of the project, here

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Molly O, Writer

Molly is a writer and content creator currently residing in Los Angeles, California with a professional background working in travel, hospitality and tourism PR. In her role supporting content creation and media relations at Metrolink, Molly writes about activities Metrolink riders can enjoy in the surrounding Greater LA area and works with the Metrolink communications team on ideating and implementing media relations strategies. 

Photo Credit: Joe Linton/Streetsblog L.A.



Burbank - Downtown Metrolink Station

201 N Front St.
Burbank, CA 91502

(818) 238-5290
Burbank Channel Bikeway