Chandler

Valley Metro and the city of Chandler are examining transit service alternatives along Price/Dobson Rd. between Chandler Blvd. and Ocotillo Rd. 

Valley Metro and the city of Chandler are reviewing and documenting the existing conditions within the study area, and reviewing peer city flexible transit programs to establish best practices. 

Valley Metro, in partnership with the city of Chandler, is examining transit service alternatives beyond traditional fixed routes along Price Rd./Dobson Rd., between Chandler Blvd. and Ocotillo Rd. This study will build on current trasnportation planning in the city, as well as current transit offerings.

This study will explore the potential of alternative services such as:

  • Microtransit: This service mode is similar to rideshare offerings like Lyft or Uber. This is typically an app-enabled ride hailing service that can be used within a specified zone.
  • Flex routes: Closer to traditional fixed transit service, this service serves a specific corridor with the added benefit of deviating from the main routing within a specific distance to make pickups/drop-offs more convenient. 
  • Ride share services : This service mode is similar to carpooling, where regular trips are coordinated, operated and scheduled by riders in a group. 

Valley Metro and the city of Chandler are reviewing and documenting the existing conditions within the study area, and reviewing peer city flexible transit programs to establish best practices. 

Valley Metro, in partnership with the city of Chandler, is examining transit service alternatives beyond traditional fixed routes along Price Rd./Dobson Rd., between Chandler Blvd. and Ocotillo Rd. This study will build on current trasnportation planning in the city, as well as current transit offerings.

This study will explore the potential of alternative services such as:

  • Microtransit: This service mode is similar to rideshare offerings like Lyft or Uber. This is typically an app-enabled ride hailing service that can be used within a specified zone.
  • Flex routes: Closer to traditional fixed transit service, this service serves a specific corridor with the added benefit of deviating from the main routing within a specific distance to make pickups/drop-offs more convenient. 
  • Ride share services : This service mode is similar to carpooling, where regular trips are coordinated, operated and scheduled by riders in a group. 

Project Contact

Jessica Parks

Community Outreach Coordinator

(602) 322-4436