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Alternatives for the Greater
Phoenix Metro Area

ADA Paratransit Service Areas

Where Is ADA Paratransit Service Provided?

ADA Paratransit service is provided, at a minimum, in all areas that are within three-quarters of a mile of local fixed-route bus routes or light rail stations. Some communities provide ADA Paratransit service to areas within their communities which are more than three-quarters of a mile from Valley Metro bus routes or light rail stations. For more information, see the service area map below or contact your local service provider.

Local ADA Paratransit Service Areas

The map below shows each of the seven local Paratransit/Dial-a-Ride service areas. It also shows the parts of each Dial-a-Ride service area where ADA Paratransit service is provided.


You can also call your local Paratransit/ Dial-a-Ride service provider to find out if your trip is within the ADA Paratransit service area.

Local ADA Paratransit is provided in each Dial-a-Ride/Paratransit area as follows:

Valley Metro Paratransit (East Valley)

Valley Metro Paratransit provides local ADA Paratransit service to all of Chandler, Gilbert and Mesa and parts of Tempe, Scottsdale and county unincorporated areas that are within three-quarters of a mile of bus routes. You can travel between any origin and destination within these parts of the Valley Metro Paratransit East Valley area.

Glendale Dial-a-Ride

Glendale Dial-a-Ride provides local ADA Paratransit service to parts of Glendale that are within three-quarters of a mile of bus routes or rail stations.

Valley Metro Paratransit (Northwest Valley)

Valley Metro Paratransit provides local ADA Paratransit to parts of El Mirage, Sun City, Youngtown and county unincorporated areas in the Northwest and Southwest Valley that are within three-quarters of a mile of bus routes or rail stations.

Peoria Dial-a-Ride

Peoria Dial-a-Ride provides local ADA Paratransit service to parts of Peoria that are within three-quarters of a mile of bus routes or rail stations.

Phoenix Dial-a-Ride (Phoenix, Paradise Valley and Southwest Valley

Phoenix Dial-a-Ride provides local ADA Paratransit service to all parts of the City of Phoenix south of Jomax Road. Phoenix Dial-a-Ride also provides local ADA Paratransit to those portions of Avondale, Goodyear, Litchfield Park, Paradise Valley and Tolleson that are within three-quarters of a mile of bus routes or rail stations.

The table below summarizes origins and destinations that are eligible for regional ADA Paratransit service, by community of origin. To be sure that the areas where you want to travel are served, call Valley Metro Paratransit, the regional ADA Paratransit service provider at (602) 716-2200.



Origin Community


Regional ADA Paratransit Origins
Regional ADA
Paratransit Destinations
Avondale Within 3/4 of a mile of bus routes or rail stations Within 3/4 of a mile
of bus routes or
rail stations
Chandler City-wide
El Mirage Within 3/4 of a mile of bus routes or rail stations
Gilbert Town-wide
Goodyear Within 3/4 of a mile of bus routes or rail stations
Glendale Within 3/4 of a mile of bus routes or rail stations
Mesa City-wide
Paradise Valley Within 3/4 of a mile of bus routes or rail stations
Peoria Within 3/4 of a mile of bus routes or rail stations
Phoenix All parts of Phoenix south of Jomax Road
Scottsdale Within 3/4 of a mile of bus routes or rail stations
Tempe Within 3/4 of a mile of bus routes or rail stations
Tolleson Within 3/4 of a mile of bus routes or rail stations
Youngtown Within 3/4 of a mile of bus routes or rail stations
Unincorporated
County Areas*
County-wide

* Includes Sun City and Sun City West


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