Northwest Valley

Valley Metro and the Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) partnered in December 2018 to explore the transportation needs of the unincorporated communities of Sun City and Sun City West. The Northwest Valley Sun Cities Transportation Study will seek to understand the the demand for transit services in the Sun Cities area and identify both service concepts and funding strategies that meet the unique needs of the community.

The project team has reviewed existing transit conditions in Sun City and Sun City West and developed service concepts. Valley Metro and MAG will lead a public meeting to present existing conditions and the service concept options to the public, as well as review funding options for the area. Public feedback is encouraged.

Additional materials for the public meeting and a feedback form will be added to this page on August 31, 2020. The feedback period will run from August 31 - September 25, 2020.

The first phase of the project documented the existing conditions of the study area. This included a comprehensive survey administered to Sun Cities residents to identify their priorities for transit in their area. Using the key findings from that effort, a series of transit service options and possible future funding strategies were identified. 

The project team has reviewed existing transit conditions in Sun City and Sun City West and developed service concepts. Valley Metro and MAG will lead a public meeting to present existing conditions and the service concept options to the public, as well as review funding options for the area. Public feedback is encouraged.

Additional materials for the public meeting and a feedback form will be added to this page on August 31, 2020. The feedback period will run from August 31 - September 25, 2020.

The first phase of the project documented the existing conditions of the study area. This included a comprehensive survey administered to Sun Cities residents to identify their priorities for transit in their area. Using the key findings from that effort, a series of transit service options and possible future funding strategies were identified. 

Upcoming Public Meetings
September
10
Thu

Project Contact

Jessica L. Parks

Community Outreach Coordinator

(602) 322-4436