How Much Does ADA Paratransit Service Cost?
The one-way fares for each local ADA Paratransit service, as well as the regional ADA Paratransit service, are shown below. Types of fare payment that are accepted are also shown.
In some areas, local fixed-route circulators provide service for reduced or no fare. ADA Paratransit trips that begin and end in these areas also have reduced or no fare.
Personal care attendants ride free. Companions pay the same fare as eligible riders. Children under the age of six ride free when traveling with a fare-paying adult.
|East Valley Local ADA Paratransit||$4.00||Exact fare required; cash, Regional Dial-a-Ride tickets or East Valley/ Northwest Valley Dial-a-Ride tickets|
|Phoenix Local ADA Paratransit||$4.00||
|Glendale Local ADA Paratransit||$3.00||Exact fare required; cash only|
|Peoria Local ADA Paratransit||$1.00||Exact fare required; cash only Peoria Dial-a-Ride passes|
|Northwest Valley Local ADA Paratransit||$4.00||Exact fare required; cash, Regional Dial-a-Ride tickets or East Valley/Northwest Valley Dial-a-Ride tickets.|
|Regional ADA Paratransit||$4.00||Exact fare required; cash, Dial-a-Ride tickets or monthly pass (Phoenix only)|
Note: Drivers are prohibited from accepting tips
Purchasing Passes and Tickets
To purchase East Valley/Northwest Valley Dial-a-Ride tickets, contact Valley Metro at (602) 716-2100. To purchase regional Dial-a-Ride tickets, Phoenix Dial-a-Ride ticket books and monthly passes, contact the City of Phoenix at (602) 495-5795.
What Types of Trips Can I Make On ADA Paratransit?
You can request trips for any trip purpose on both local and regional ADA Paratransit service. There is also no prioritization of trips based on trip purpose in the trip booking and scheduling process.
How Many Trips Can I Make On ADA Paratransit?
ADA Paratransit service for ADA eligible riders making ADA eligible trips is provided without limits or constraints. There are no denials of eligible trip requests, no waiting lists and no trip caps.