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Valley Metro provides reliable, convenient and affordable transportation options for seniors and persons with disabilities. Choose the travel option that best meets your needs and lifestyles from the list below.
Bus and Light Rail - It’s Your Best Value!
Transit Fare Discounts
There are many options with the bus and light rail. In addition to the extensive choices in routes, discounted fares are also available. A 31-day Local Reduced Fare pass is available for $32.00 or pay $1.00 for one-way travel.
Customer Service: (602) 253-5000
Reduced Fare Passes by Mail: (602) 495-5795
East Valley RideChoice Program
Seniors and persons with disabilities can travel to their favorite destinations by taxi using a reloadable fare card. This new and improved program replaces Coupons for Cabs and Dialysis Vouchers. To qualify, you must be 65 years of age or older or disabled, and you must reside in Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa or Tempe.
Scottsdale Cab Connection
Scottsdale Cab Connection is an alternative to Dial-a-Ride that offers users more flexibility and independence. Scottsdale residents may receive up to 16 vouchers per month per user. Vouchers are subsidized by the city of Scottsdale at a rate of 80%, up to a maximum of $10 per trip.
Mesa, Scottsdale and Tempe offer FREE circulator bus service, using smaller buses to connect residential areas to local destinations such as other neighborhoods, major bus routes, medical centers, schools, shopping, recreational areas and multi-generational centers.
Mesa Downtown BUZZ Circulator
Customer Advocate: (480) 633-0101, option 6
TTY: (480) 981-1969
ADA Certification Application Information: (602) 716-2100
TTY: (602) 251-2039
Dial-a-Ride is available to residents of the East Valley. Within the city of Mesa and the town of Gilbert, Dial-a-Ride is only available to individuals who are ADA certified. Service hours vary; call for details.
The Maricopa Association of Governments develops human services transportation coordination plans so that older adults, people with disabilities and people with low incomes may move through the region more easily. Public participation is encouraged to identify gaps in service and the potential for innovative new partnerships. Training about how to access different transportation programs is also available upon request.
CALL TODAY! (602) 254-6300.