As part of Valley Metro’s new “Respect the Ride” code of conduct, fare zone striping is being installed at each rail station.
The newly installed signs and clearly marked “fare zones” help to raise passenger awareness of the rules of riding as well as to more strongly delineate the enforcement areas.
The first new station along the existing Valley Metro Rail system will serve the communities and future development near 50th and Washington streets. The station will provide access to the Ability360 facility and neighboring business community, as well as support transit-oriented development planned for the area.
There’s always something happening around the Valley. Here’s a list of a few of the events that Valley Metro can get you to:
Valley Metro had a special guest at its January 18 board meeting. Harshita Rajesh, a Basis Peoria Primary student, was recognized for her winning artwork in the 13th Annual Valley Metro Cool Transit STUFF 3rd Grade Art Contest. She was joined by her family and teacher who all beamed with pride when she signed her winning artwork, next to Valley Metro Board Chair Councilwoman Suzanne Klapp and Valley Metro Rail Board Chair Councilmember Chris Glover.
Join Valley Metro and city of Phoenix for an update on the South Central Light Rail Extension project and provide your input. Input is encouraged on various elements of the project including light rail station design, trackway design and landscaping. At the January meetings, the same information will be provided at both sessions. The February meeting will focus on the station artists and updated art concepts.
Community update on the South Central Extension design elements:
Happy New Year from Valley Metro. We wish you and yours a wonderful 2018. Valley Metro Rail is beginning its tenth year of service and we've seen so many exciting improvements in Phoenix, Tempe and Mesa since light rail began service on December 27, 2008. Light rail has served more than 119M riders and $10B public and private investment. Thank you for making it happen. To learn about the projects we're working on this year to better connect the region, click here.
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