front entrance of Metrocenter Mall

Valley Metro and the city of Phoenix invite the public for an update on the 1.5-mile Northwest Extension Phase II. The extension, currently in the design phase, will extend light rail west on Dunlap Avenue, north on 25th Avenue, and across I-17 with a terminus near Metrocenter Mall. 

Join us for this public meeting:

Thursday, Aug. 8 
6-7:30 p.m.
Presentation at 6:10 p.m.

Metrocenter Mall 
9617 N. Metro Parkway
Suite 1108
Phoenix, AZ 85051
Parking: Use Cheryl Drive to access the northwest mall entrance. 
Learn about the current design, new transit center, environmental and historic resources and public art elements planned for the extension. Speak one-on-one with artists and project staff, view the latest art design and provide feedback. 

About Northwest Extension Phase II
Phase II of the Northwest Extension will extend light rail west on Dunlap Avenue from 19th Avenue, then north on 25th Avenue and across I-17 on Mountain View Road with a terminus on the west side of the freeway near Metrocenter Mall. In 2016, the Phoenix City Council approved accelerating the Northwest Phase II project to open in 2023 rather than 2026. The advancement is funded through Transportation 2050, a 35-year, multi-modal transportation plan approved by the Phoenix voters in 2015.

About Valley Metro
Valley Metro provides eco-friendly public transit options to residents of greater Phoenix and Maricopa County including the planning and operations of a regional bus system and the development and operations of 26 miles of light rail. In Fiscal Year 2018, total ridership for the system was 67 million passengers. Six high capacity transit extensions are under construction that will create a 50-mile system by 2030. Valley Metro also offers transit options including alternative transportation programs for seniors and people with disabilities, commuter vanpools, online carpool matching, bus trip mapping, bicycle safety and telework assistance. Two Boards of Directors set the policy direction for the agency with the intent of advancing the regional public transit system. In October 2017, the Boards approved a “Respect the Ride” Code of Conduct, focusing on creating a safe and positive rider experience, while also discouraging disruptive, intrusive, unsafe or inappropriate behaviors in a public setting. Get the latest news by following us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter or visiting