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Phoenix invites you to celebrate new weekend late service with bus crawlPhoenix invites you to celebrate new weekend late service with bus crawl<div class="ExternalClass4A9B93BE356F4ABCAF9832F84D28504B"> ​ <p>"Sips on 7th Street" bus event kicks off new weekend late night service hours</p><p> <strong>What</strong>: Mark your calendars for this fun event to celebrate new weekend late night bus and Dial-a-Ride service, enjoy Seventh Street dining hot spots with food and drink specials at participating restaurants and be entered into a raffle. Just bring your transit pass and stop at any of the participating locations.  </p><p> <strong>Who</strong>: Bus riders – from returnees to newcomers – from all walks of life, Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton, Vice Mayor Laura Pastor and Councilwoman Kate Gallego.</p><p> <strong>When</strong>: Friday, April 28 from 7-10:30 p.m. at nine participating locations on Seventh Street. Buses run every 30 minutes on Route 7, and anyone can join at any of the designated stops.  </p><p> <strong>Where</strong>: Event kickoff is at Mother Bunch Brewing, 825 N. Seventh Street, Phoenix. We'll continue riding north on Seventh Street and stop at various locations.  </p><p> <strong>Why</strong>: To bring our community together, bring awareness to and celebrate the launch of new bus and Dial-a-Ride service hours. Thanks to the Phoenix Transportation 2050 voter-approved plan, all Phoenix local bus routes and Dial-a-Ride service will now match light rail hours. That means Friday and Saturday service runs until 2 a.m. and Sundays until 11 p.m. </p><p>Live shots opportunities available throughout the evening. </p><p>For more information visit phoenix.gov/T20​50.</p></div>4/26/2017 7:00:00 AMLars Jacoby 602-261-8254 or Brenda Yanez 602-261-8392