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Valley Metro service changes occur as a way to develop an effective regional transit system that supports Valley communities, businesses and residents. The following tabs contain an overview of the current service changes effective April 25, 2016 and proposed service changes for October 24, 2016.
Valley Metro sought public comment from November 1 - December 2, 2015 on proposed service adjustments scheduled to take effect on April 25, 2016.
|Valley Metro Rail||In Phoenix, extend light rail from Montebello to Dunlap Ave. along 19th Ave. Service begins March 19, 2016.|
|Route 1 – Washington/Jefferson*||Revise route in Phoenix. Eastbound passengers will board at Central Ave. and Van Buren St.|
|Route 10 – Roosevelt/32nd Street*||In coordination with the new Route 32 in Phoenix, revise route to operate from Central Ave. and Van Buren St. to Roosevelt St. and 32nd St.|
|Route 19 – 19th Avenue*||Increase weekday frequency in Phoenix.|
|Route 32 – 32nd Street*||New route in Phoenix to provide service from Camelback Rd. to the 44th St/Washington Valley Metro Rail station, traveling on 32nd and Washington streets. Change made in conjunction with Route 10 revision.|
|Route 72 – Scottsdale/Rural||In Scottsdale and Tempe, increase frequency to 10 minutes from Camelback Rd. to Tempe Transportation Center.|
|Route 81 – Hayden/McClintock||In Scottsdale, modify the north end of the route to travel on Pima Rd.|
* City of Phoenix-operated routes
Information is subject to change.
Valley Metro sought public comment from April 18-May 20 on proposed service adjustments scheduled to take effect on October 24, 2016. All City of Phoenix-operated service requires approval by the Phoenix City Council. All Valley Metro-operated service requires approval by the Valley Metro Board of Directors.
Information subject to change.
Valley Metro encourages you to provide input on the proposed service changes. There are a variety of ways to provide comments.
April 18-May 20
Using #vmservice, learn more about the proposed service changes and ask questions of @valleymetro