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Phoenix Public Transit Launches Neighborhood Transit Studyhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/public-transit/2478Public Transit9/14/2022 6:00:00 PMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/2478/Public_Transit_Newsroom_42.jpgPhoenix Public Transit Launches Neighborhood Transit Study<div class="ExternalClass85B70FC2D86548F7A2EA888313134240"><html> <p></p> <p>As part of the <a target="_blank" href="/t2050">Transportation 2050</a> program, the City of Phoenix Public Transit Department is launching a Neighborhood Transit Study (NTS) to get feedback from the community on existing neighborhood circulator routes such as the <a target="_blank" href="https://www.valleymetro.org/maps-schedules/dash">DASH</a>, <a target="_blank" href="https://www.valleymetro.org/maps-schedules/mary">MARY</a>, <a target="_blank" href="https://www.valleymetro.org/maps-schedules/smrt">SMART</a> and <a target="_blank" href="https://www.valleymetro.org/maps-schedules/alex">ALEX</a>. The first phase of the study will focus on the downtown Phoenix circulator known as the Downtown Area Shuttle (DASH). ​<br></p> <p>The new web page on <a target="_blank" href="/publictransit/neighborhoodtransit">phoenix.gov/neighborhoodtransit</a> hosts plenty of information about what neighborhood transit is, how it is used and what the goals of the DASH study are. The web content also includes an interactive <a target="_blank" href="https://experience.arcgis.com/experience/f6dc85e6e2294a0fb84dde9be8e983eb/">Story Map</a> to view the study area and submit public comments. <br></p> <p>As part of the study, Phoenix Public Transit is seeking community input; the public and riders are encouraged to take a brief <a target="_blank" href="http://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MCDJ9SY">10-question survey</a> to provide feedback about current and future neighborhood transit conditions in the downtown DASH Phoenix area. The survey is open through Sept. 30, 2022. <br></p> <p>In addition, Phoenix Public Transit will hold a virtual public engagement meeting on Sept. 28, 2022 at 6 p.m. to present additional details about the study and gather community feedback. The survey is available online for those who are unable to attend the virtual event, but still want to provide feedback. ​<br></p> <p>Website: <a target="_blank" href="/publictransit/neighborhoodtransit">phoenix.gov/neighborhoodtransit</a></p> <p>Survey: <a target="_blank" href="http://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MCDJ9SY">www.surveymonkey.com/r/MCDJ9SY</a> </p> <p><a target="_blank" href="https://experience.arcgis.com/experience/f6dc85e6e2294a0fb84dde9be8e983eb/">Story Map</a></p> <p><a target="_blank" href="https://coptransit.webex.com/coptransit/onstage/g.php?MTID=e6e4b0fb972bba0df0dc74164c2e2e267">Virtual meeting</a><br></p> <p>“Phoenix voters approved Transportation 2050 in 2015 and already we’ve accomplished much including adding new bus shelters, added bus service and completing bus technology upgrades,” says Phoenix Public Transit Director Jesús Sapien. “It’s our goal to continue understanding our community’s transit needs and this study will allow us to do that.”<br></p> <p>For more information visit phoenix.gov/neighborhoodtransit.<br></p><p><strong> </strong></p> <div><p><strong>About Transportation 2050</strong>: In Aug. 2015, Phoenix voters approved Transportation 2050 (T2050), a 35-year citywide transportation plan. T2050 is overseen by the Citizens Transportation Commission and includes improved frequency on local bus service, new light rail service and stations and major street improvement projects. Funding for T2050 comes from a 7/10ths of a cent city sales tax that started Jan. 1, 2016. Over the life of the plan, the funds are estimated to generate about $16.7 billion, or more than half of the plan's overall cost. There will be an additional $14.8 billion in federal and county funds, passenger fares and other sources. For more information, visit the <a target="_blank" href="https://www.t2050.org/">T2050 page</a> or follow <a target="_blank" href="https://twitter.com/PhoenixMetroBus">Phoenix Public Transit</a>, <a target="_blank" href="https://twitter.com/StreetsPHX">Phoenix Street Transportation</a> and <a target="_blank" href="https://twitter.com/valleymetro">Valley Metro</a>  on Twitter.<br></p></div> </html></div>https://www.phoenix.gov/publictransitNewspublic-transitPublic Transit
Phoenix Hosts News Conference to Highlight $16.3 Million Green Bus/Infrastructure Granthttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/public-transit/2457Public Transit8/19/2022 6:30:00 PMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/2457/Public_Transit_Newsroom_41.jpgPhoenix Hosts News Conference to Highlight $16.3 Million Green Bus/Infrastructure Grant<div class="ExternalClass4CC7C8BFF1EA4A808EC9D27F033D8136"><html> <p>​Phoenix Public Transit is paving the way to a greener future!</p> <p>The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) has awarded the City of Phoenix Public Transit Department a $16.3 million grant for greener (low and no emissions) buses and supporting infrastructure.</p> <p>The grant is made available through the <a href="https://www.whitehouse.gov/bipartisan-infrastructure-law/#:~:text=The%20Bipartisan%20Infrastructure%20Law%20makes%2cas%20thousands%20of%20smaller%20bridges." target="_blank">Bipartisan Infrastructure Law</a> under the FTA’s <a href="https://www.transit.dot.gov/notices-funding/low-or-no-emission-and-grants-buses-and-bus-facilities-competitive-programs-fy2022#:~:text=The%20Low-No%20Program%20provides%2cleasing%20of%20required%20supporting%20facilities." target="_blank">Low-No Emission and Buses and Bus Facilities</a> competitive grant programs. The programs’ goal is to support the transition of the nation’s transit fleets to more energy-efficient and cleaner transit vehicles.</p> <p>READ MORE: <a href="/newsroom/public-transit/2449" target="_blank">Phoenix Public Transit Secures $16.3 Million Green Bus and Infrastructure Grant</a></p> <p> <strong>WHAT:</strong> Press event will include guest speakers </p> <ul style="" class="" dir=""> <li> Ray Tellis, Federal Transit Administration Regional Administrator </li> <li> Kate Gallego, C​ity of Phoenix Mayor </li> <li> Betty Guardado, Phoenix City Councilmember </li> </ul> <p> <span style="background-color:window;color:windowtext;font-size:10pt;"></span> </p> <p> <span style="background-color:window;color:windowtext;font-size:10pt;"></span> <strong>WHEN:</strong> August 22, 2022 at 10:30 a.m. – 11 a.m.</p> <p> <strong>WHERE:</strong> Phoenix City Hall Atrium, 200 W. Washington Street, Phoenix, AZ 85003</p> <p> <strong>​Media Contacts:</strong> <br>Gina Miller (day of event)<br>gina.miller@phoenix.gov<br>Cell: 602-478-1166<br></p> <p>Brenda Yanez<br>brenda.yanez@phoenix.gov<br>Cell: 602-571-5895<br></p> <p> <a href="/publictransitsite/Documents/Final_AdvertenciaNoticiera_GreenGrant_081822.pdf" target="_blank"> <strong>En Español</strong> </a> <br> </p> </html></div>https://www.phoenix.gov/publictransitNewspublic-transitPublic Transit
Phoenix Public Transit Secures $16.3 Million Green Bus and Infrastructure Granthttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/public-transit/2449Public Transit8/16/2022 4:00:00 PMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/2449/Public_Transit_Newsroom_40.jpgPhoenix Public Transit Secures $16.3 Million Green Bus and Infrastructure Grant<div class="ExternalClass748FBC54F2984D159999EB4FF41C4824"><html> <p> ​​The Federal Transit Administration has awarded the City of Phoenix Public Transit Department a $16.3 million grant for greener (low and no emissions) buses and supporting infrastructure. The grant is made available through the <a href="https://www.whitehouse.gov/bipartisan-infrastructure-law/#:~:text=The%20Bipartisan%20Infrastructure%20Law%20makes%2cas%20thousands%20of%20smaller%20bridges." target="_blank">Bipartisan Infrastructure Law</a> under the <a href="https://www.transit.dot.gov/notices-funding/low-or-no-emission-and-grants-buses-and-bus-facilities-competitive-programs-fy2022#:~:text=The%20Low-No%20Program%20provides%2cleasing%20of%20required%20supporting%20facilities." target="_blank">Low-No Emission and Buses and Bus Facilities</a> highly-competitive grant programs. The programs’ goal is to support the transition of the nation’s fleet to more energy efficient and cleaner transit vehicles.</p> <p>The funding from the grant will be used to​<br></p> <ul> <li>replace aging buses with battery electric and hydrogen fuel-cell buses,</li> <li>install new infrastructure needed for bus charging/fueling and maintenance, and</li> <li>assist in workforce development by training transit personnel to maintain the new fleet.</li> </ul> <p>Today, Mayor Kate Gallego and members of the city council expressed their support and gratitude for the federal funding, and how this is a win in moving towards implementing a cleaner and greener bus fleet.<br></p> <p></p> <p>“Phoenix is a leader in fighting climate change, and we are on our way to becoming the world's most sustainable desert city. This grant is adding to that success, increasing our ability to purchase clean vehicles and invest in needed infrastructure. A big thank you to Congressmen Greg Stanton and Ruben Gallego for their leadership and partnership in securing these funds,” said Mayor Kate Gallego.</p> <p>“Phoenix is leading the way to an even greener fleet that is not only sustainable, but also equitable for the riders who depend on public transit across greater Phoenix,” states Vice Mayor Laura Pastor.</p> <p>“This grant gives Phoenix the opportunity to become a leader in green public transit, including developing the technology, infrastructure and training to support these advancements,” notes Councilmember Debra Stark, Chair of the Transportation, Infrastructure and Planning Subcommittee.</p> <p>“As the chair of the Mayor’s Electric Vehicle Ad Hoc Committee and a vocal clean transit advocate, we have worked to take advantage of every opportunity to fast-track our mission of transitioning our vehicles to low and zero emission,” said Councilwoman Yassamin Ansari. “This is the best way to tackle harmful air pollution and to ensure we can build a sustainable future for all, especially those who rely on public transit,” she added.</p> <p>“Equipping our fleet with zero- and low-emission buses allows us to continue efforts in providing our riders an efficient and green way to get where they need to go,” says Phoenix Public Transit Director Jesús Sapien. “We know public transit is a critical component of our community, and this grant further amplifies our ability to modernize our public transportation infrastructure.”</p> <p>Currently, Phoenix Public Transit has a fleet of 500 heavy-duty buses that run on alternative fuels including natural gas and biodiesel. This grant provides additional resources to add cleaner energy buses to the existing fleet. The new/greener buses are anticipated to hit the road in 2024.</p> <p> <strong>About the Phoenix Public Transit Department:</strong> The Phoenix Public Transit Department provides Phoenix residents a variety of transit options and is the largest member of the Valley Metro regional transit system. Services range from local and commuter buses to alternative transportation for senior citizens and special needs. The City of Phoenix funds public transit, and other transportation improvements, through <a href="/t2050" target="_blank">Transportation 2050 </a>(T2050) – a local sales tax approved by Phoenix voters in 2015 – as well as county and federal funds. T2050 allows for enhanced bus service, transit-related technology improvements and fare media upgrades under the leadership of the Citizens Transportation Commission. Visit us at <a href="/publictransit" target="_blank">phoenix.gov/publictransit</a> or follow us on <a href="https://twitter.com/PhoenixMetroBus" target="_blank">Twitter​</a>​ for the latest news.​ <br></p> </html></div>https://www.phoenix.gov/publictransitNewspublic-transitPublic Transit
Phoenix Public Transit Receives Grant to Study New West Valley Transit Modehttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/public-transit/2380Public Transit6/9/2022 8:00:00 PMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/2380/Public_Transit_Newsroom_39.jpgPhoenix Public Transit Receives Grant to Study New West Valley Transit Mode<div class="ExternalClassD643DA18650A449C91224A490E56B135"><html> <p>The Federal Transit Administration announced the awards for the<a href="https://www.transit.dot.gov/funding/route-planning-restoration-program" target="_blank"> American Rescue Plan Route Planning Restoration Program grants</a> in June, and Phoenix Public Transit was awarded a grant total of $514,045. This funding will be used to conduct a west Phoenix High Capacity Transit (HCT) study.  The study will provide a recommendation for transit modes that specifically provide a higher level of rider capacity and efficiency. <br></p> <p>Today, Mayor Kate Gallego and members of the city council expressed their support for this grant to examine transit in that area. <br></p> <p>“Improving access, ease, equity, and efficiency of transit for the people of Phoenix is a priority for me, and this grant will better inform our efforts under <a href="/t2050" target="_blank">Transportation 2050 (T2050)</a>, a voter-approved local plan for bus service, light rail construction and street improvements,” says Mayor Kate Gallego. “It would combine with Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act grant opportunities and should escalate large and small T2050 transportation projects from plan to completion.”<br></p> <p>“This study will help pave the way for a greatly improved transit system in west Phoenix that connects our residents to better opportunities for education, employment and recreation,” notes Councilmember Betty Guardado.<br></p> <p>“Bringing more efficient and clean public transit to west Phoenix is long overdue. With booming population growth, we need a study that outlines how to best serve diverse communities,” Councilmember Yassamin Ansari adds. <br></p> <p>“Phoenix continues to head in the right direction by finding opportunities for high capacity transit options that support the riders who depend on public transit,” states Vice Mayor Laura Pastor. <br></p> <p>The study area will be focused on west Phoenix encompassing the Maryvale area from Central Avenue (on the east boundary) to 91st Avenue (on the west) and from McDowell Road (south) to Camelback Road (north).<br></p> <p>The goal is to evaluate multiple modes of transit, and how transit improvements will benefit all the surrounding communities. <br></p> <p>Background - In 2019, the Phoenix City Council took action to postpone the west Phoenix light rail extension, from 19th Avenue to 43rd Avenue along Camelback Road, until the end of the <a href="https://t2050.org/" target="_blank">Transportation 2050</a> program.  This grant provides an opportunity to accelerate transit planning in west Phoenix.<br></p> <p> <strong>About the Phoenix Public Transit Department</strong>: The Phoenix Public Transit Department provides Phoenix residents a variety of transit options and is the largest member of the Valley Metro regional transit system. Services range from local and commuter buses to alternative transportation for senior citizens and special needs. The city of Phoenix funds transit, and other transportation improvements, through <a href="/t2050" target="_blank">Transportation 2050 (T2050)</a> – a local sales tax approved by Phoenix voters in 2015 – as well as county and federal funds. T2050 allows for enhanced bus service, transit-related technology improvements and fare media upgrades under the leadership of the Citizens Transportation Commission. Visit us at <a href="/publictransit" target="_blank">phoenix.gov/publictransit</a> or follow us on <a href="https://twitter.com/PhoenixMetroBus" target="_blank">Twitter​</a> for the latest news.​</p> </html></div>https://www.phoenix.gov/publictransitNewspublic-transitPublic Transit
Central Avenue at Salt River Bridge Closed June Weekendshttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/public-transit/2371Public Transit6/6/2022 9:00:00 PMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/2371/Public_Transit_Newsroom_38.pngCentral Avenue at Salt River Bridge Closed June Weekends<div class="ExternalClass2B5A5359F2774F4A8A4A1CBD47165D47"><html> <p>​Construction crews are making progress on the <a target="_blank" href="https://www.valleymetro.org/project/south-central-extension-downtown-hub/">South Central Extension/Downtown Hub</a> light rail project. In addition to 5.5 miles of new track and eight stations, the project also includes upgrades to existing infrastructure.<br></p> <p>Beginning Friday, June 10, crews will be reinforcing the Salt River Bridge to allow the historic bridge to support light rail trains when the extension opens in 2024.</p> <p>To complete the work, the bridge will be closed to motorists during June weekends:</p> <ul dir="" class="" style=""> <li>10 p.m. Friday, June 10 – 5 a.m. Monday, June 13</li> <li>10 p.m. Friday, June 17 – 5 a.m. Monday, June 20</li> <li>10 p.m. Friday, June 24 – 5 a.m. Monday, June 27</li> </ul> <p>During these three weekends, Central Avenue will be closed south of Watkins Street to Rio Salado Scenic Drive. Motorists may use 7th Avenue or 7th Street to cross the Salt River. Additionally, all bus stops along Central Avenue between Buckeye and Broadway roads will be closed. <a target="_blank" href="https://valley-metro-vulcan.nyc3.cdn.digitaloceanspaces.com/projects/downloads/south-central-extension-downtown-hub/construction-notices/CB_20220603_Salt-River-Bridge-Work_Detour-Notice_English.pdf">View the closure notice and detour map here</a>.</p> <p>To stay updated on the latest construction information, download the <a target="_blank" href="https://drupal-space.nyc3.cdn.digitaloceanspaces.com/s3fs-public/uploads/event-resources/construct_vm_app_qr_code_directions.pdf">Construct VM- South Central app</a> or visit <a target="_blank" href="https://www.valleymetro.org/project/south-central-extension-downtown-hub/">valleymetro.org/southcentral​</a>.​<br><br></p> </html></div>https://www.phoenix.gov/publictransitNewspublic-transitPublic Transit
Federal Mask Mandate No Longer in Effect for Public Transit Ridershttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/public-transit/1078Public Transit4/19/2022 9:00:00 PMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/1078/Public_Transit_Newsroom_37.jpgFederal Mask Mandate No Longer in Effect for Public Transit Riders<div class="ExternalClass7CDFCBA1AE5043BF82B045D07AC75178"><html> <p> <strong>​​​</strong><a target="_blank" href="/newsroom/em-and-hs/1054"><strong>See all City of Phoenix Impacted Services</strong></a><strong>​ </strong><br><span style="color:windowtext;font-size:10pt;background-color:window;"><em>U</em></span><span style="color:windowtext;font-size:10pt;background-color:window;"><em>se Translate button to read in another language​ </em></span></p><p></p><p>The TSA (Transportation Security Administration) has lifted their federal mask mandate. Masks are optional and no longer required for riders or employees of the Valley Metro system. The CDC continues to <a target="_blank" href="https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/face-masks-public-transportation.html">recommend masks in indoor public transportation settings</a>.<br></p><p><strong>Phoenix Public Transit Centers Continue to Offer Free Masks</strong></p><p>Customer service windows at the following Phoenix transit centers are open and have free masks for those who want them​:​<br></p><p>• Central Station (302 N 1st Ave., Suite 120, north side of the building)</p><p>• Ed Pastor (Central Avenue and Broadway Road)</p><p>• Sunnyslope (3rd Street and Dunlap Avenue)</p><p>• Metrocenter (Metrocenter Mall)<br></p><p>Riders also have the opportunity to get free face coverings at Phoenix public libraries.​<br></p><p>For an appointment to reclaim lost and found items, call (602) 534-5053 between 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. Monday – Friday. You may also pick up lost and found items at Central Station.<br></p><p>Access to Public Transit Department offices at 302 N. First Ave. including the Business and Workforce Development Center are by appointment only. To make an appointment with Public Transit, email pubtrans@phoenix.gov, or call (602) 262-7242.​<br></p><p>To make an appointment at the Workforce Development Center email phoenix.business.center@phoenix.gov, or call 602-256-3147.<br></p><p>For general transit-related information, contact Valley Metro customer service at <a target="_blank" href="https://www.valleymetro.org/">valleymetro.org</a> or call (602) 253-5000 or TTY (602) 251-2039 between 6 a.m. - 8 p.m. Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. Saturdays or 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sundays or you can email csr@valleymetro.org.<br></p><p>We continue updating riders and community members on valleymetro.org and social media. Twitter: <a target="_blank" href="https://twitter.com/valleymetro">@valleymetro​</a> <a target="_blank" href="https://twitter.com/PhoenixMetroBus">@PhoenixMetroBus</a>​<br></p><p>Thank you for your patience and stay safe.​<br></p><div><br></div><p><a target="_blank" href="/newsroom/em-and-hs/1054"><strong>See all City of Phoenix Impacted Services​</strong></a><br></p> </html></div>https://www.phoenix.gov/publictransitNewspublic-transitPublic Transit
Valley Metro and City of Phoenix Renew Light Rail Business Assistance Program https://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/public-transit/2306Public Transit4/8/2022 11:00:00 PMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/2306/Public_Transit_Newsroom_48.jpgValley Metro and City of Phoenix Renew Light Rail Business Assistance Program <div class="ExternalClass3383CB24D2C144DAA7E3A4591F84753A"><html> <p> <span id="ms-rterangepaste-start">After a successful first year, the Small Business Financial Assistance Program (SBFAP) pilot will continue through 2024, which is the completion of the South Central Extension/Downtown Hub and Northwest Extension Phase II light rail projects. In its first year, the SBFAP granted over $360,000 to 62 businesses impacted by construction.<br></span> </p> <p> As the program enters its second funding year, both new applicants and those who received funding previously are encouraged to apply. In order to allow additional businesses to qualify, two of the requirements have changed:<br></p> <p> -The annual revenue of a business must not exceed $750,000 (compared to $500,000 previously) </p> <p> -The business must have been in business prior to the start of light rail construction (compared to one year prior to construction previously).<br></p> <p> Businesses located adjacent to construction on Phoenix light rail projects can apply for up to $9,000 in direct financial assistance, depending on their eligibility. To view all eligibility requirements and apply, visit <a href="https://www.prestamosloans.org/valleymetro/" target="_blank">prestamosloans.org/valleymetro</a>. ​<br></p> <p> The program is funded through <a href="https://t2050.org/" target="_blank">Phoenix Transportation 2050​</a> and the Phoenix Community Development and Investment Corporation. Prestamos CDFI is the program administrator.<br></p> <p> In addition to the SBFAP, Valley Metro also offers a number of free business assistance programs, including social media promotion, community events, accounting and financial planning, marketing assistance and more.<br></p> <p> Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego understands that thriving local businesses are key to the city’s vibrant future – a future that includes a strong investment in public transit. “The extra income these grants offer can make an enormous difference in the lives of local business employers and employees during light rail construction,” said Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego. “What originally started out as a pilot program has been so successful, it will continue through 2024.”<br></p> <p> “Thank you so much for the grant,” said Albert Bahram, Crazy Jim’s restaurant owner and grant recipient. “This really has made a big difference during a rough year.” <br><br></p> <p> “Small businesses are the heart of our community, and we will keep fighting for them,” said Phoenix Councilmember Carlos Garcia. “We hope that the extension of this program will ensure that businesses have additional support through this phase of construction.” <br><br></p> <p> ​​​​“With two years left of construction, I would like to ensure that we support our small businesses that are being impacted by light rail development,” said Phoenix Councilmember Yassamin Ansari. “From technical assistance to rent relief, these grants will allow businesses to build the cash buffer needed for a slower Phoenix summer. I encourage every business that hasn’t taken advantage of this opportunity to apply. My office is here to help.”​​<br></p></html></div>https://www.phoenix.gov/publictransitNewspublic-transitPublic Transit
Public Transit Gathering Feedback on Proposed Service Changeshttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/public-transit/2156Public Transit12/1/2021 10:00:00 PMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/2156/Public_Transit_Newsroom_47.jpgPublic Transit Gathering Feedback on Proposed Service Changes<div class="ExternalClass2E05C955EE7F4ECAB03DD3D393B01BF9"><html> <span id="ms-rterangepaste-start"></span> <p>Attention public transit riders! Share your thoughts by Dec. 5, 2021 on the proposed service changes for April 2022. Proposed changes include expanding service, increasing frequency and route modifications. </p> <p>• Route 128—Stapley Dr: Expand weekday service span to 5 a.m.-10 p.m. Improve Saturday and Sunday service span to 6 a.m.-9 p.m. and increase frequency to 30 minutes.</p> <p>• Avondale ZOOM: Modify route to run along 107th Ave. and Thomas Rd. instead of Lakeshore Dr. and 111th Ave. Change bus stop locations for rider convenience and efficiency.</p> <p>• Phoenix—MARY Circulator: Extend route along 59th Ave. to run clockwise around Estrella Village via Fillmore St. and Roosevelt St. </p> <p>• Scottsdale 68th St/Camelback Rd: Extend route along Camelback Rd. to provide service to Indian School Rd. between Miller Rd. and Hayden Rd.<br></p> <p>Give your comments on these proposed changes now through Dec. 5, 2021. Here are ways you can submit your feedback and view information: </p> <p>• Taking the online survey: <a href="https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PA22WEB" target="_blank">surveymonkey.com/r/PA22WEB</a></p> <p>• Email: <a href="mailto:input@valleymetro.org?subject=April%20%2722%20proposed%20service%20changes" target="_blank">input@valleymetro.org</a><br></p> <p>• The public hearing for Proposed April 2022 Service Changes was on November 16, 2021. To view a recording of this meeting, please <a href="https://youtu.be/ud_Zo9Z-YSs" target="_blank">click here</a>.</p> <p>• To view the Spanish translation of this meeting, <a href="https://youtu.be/iKFh4sNJLYc" target="_blank">click here</a>.<br></p> <p>For more information visit <a href="https://www.valleymetro.org/maps-schedules/service-changes/april-2021" target="_blank">valleymetro.org/maps-schedules/service-changes/april-2021​</a>.<br></p> <div> <br> </div> <br> </html></div>https://www.phoenix.gov/publictransitNewspublic-transitPublic Transit

 

 

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