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Phoenix Metro Area

Transit Service Changes

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



Light Rail

Valley Metro Rail In Phoenix, extend light rail along 19th Ave. to Dunlap Ave. in Spring 2016.



Local routes

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.



Neighborhood circulators

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.



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