Using glyphosate only kills actively growing plants. Not the seeds of which there are millions...or lots 'n lots! I would not use herbicide. I would use SOD not seed! That puts a barrier to the sun so any seed will not be able to germinate. I would rent a SOD CUTTER. After mowing as low (called scalping) as possible I'd take up the top 1 or 2 of roots and soil. I always use my old sod to beef up new plant beds turning the sod over and covering with 4-6" of top soil.
I would also include ROLLING to compact the soil, rake/grade, and re-roll. After installing the sod (look this up as well) I'd also roll the installed sod. Seed is fine for large areas but sod is worth a few extra bucks if you have lots of weed seed! Tilling is not at all recommended for the lawn bed. Depending on your top soil depth you might have to bring in GOOD topsoil to cover at least 2" deep (width X length divided by 81 divided by 2 will give you yardage to order). Make dang sure you rake, grade and roll and do it again! Decide where the water should drain and slope towards that area.
Read all you can about lawns. Very much a gnarly creature that can suck up money if you don't understand about mowing height and watering! Mow no lower than 3" for cool season grasses! Water deeply and allow to dry before mowing again! Use an extended release EXPENSIVE organic fertilizer at least 3X per season!! And the only time to do aeration is after you've got a vigorously growing lawn that is at least a year old...aerate by pulling PLUGS of soil and leaving them on your lawn to disintegrate back with no help from you...at least once per year. The mowing, fertilizing and watering is CRITICAL for you to understand. I bag my clippings on smaller lawns large lawns I mow at least 2X per week and allow the clippings to disintegrate. Mulching mowers I still do not think work well. The expensive fertilizers actually add this super bacteria to help decompose clippings and old roots so that you don't have to worry about dethatching ever. (Dr. Earth Lawn Fertilizer just blew me away with the results)!
Do sod, not seed. Seriously. Instant beautiful lawn. No roundup or herbicides. Keep that grass at 3" watered properly and fertilized (just enough not too much), aerated once per year...you won't have to worry about redoing all this work again!