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Service changes occur as a way to develop an effective regional transit system that supports Valley communities, businesses and residents. Valley Metro sought public comment from November 1 - December 2, 2015 on proposed service adjustments scheduled to take effect on April 25, 2016.
April 25, 2016 Service Changes Overview
|Valley Metro Rail||In Phoenix, extend light rail along 19th Ave. to Dunlap Ave. in Spring 2016.|
|Route 1 – Washington/Jefferson*||In coordination with the new Route 32 in Phoenix, revise east end routing to minimize duplication and retain connections.|
|Route 10 – Roosevelt/32nd Street*||In coordination with the new Route 32 in Phoenix, revise east end routing to minimize duplication and retain connections.|
|Route 19 – 19th Avenue*||Increase weekday frequency in Phoenix.|
|Route 32 – 32nd Street*||New route in Phoenix to serve Camelback Rd. to 44th Street light rail platform traveling on 32nd St. and Washington St. Adjust or combine Routes 1 and 10 to minimize duplication and retain connections.|
|Route 72 – Scottsdale/Rural||In Scottsdale and Tempe, increase frequency to 10 minutes from Camelback Rd. to Tempe Transportation Center and provide peak morning/afternoon trips to the Scottsdale Park-and-Ride.|
|Route 81 – Hayden/McClintock||In Scottsdale, modify the north end of the route to travel on Pima Rd. and Indian Bend Rd.|
|Mesa Downtown BUZZ||In Mesa, revert back to original routing on University Dr., Alma School Rd. and Cherry St.|
* City of Phoenix-operated routes
Information is subject to change.