Phoenix Public Transit

The Phoenix Public Transit Department, is the largest member of the Valley Metro regional transit system and provides residents transit services ranging from local commuter bus to alternative transportation for people with disabilities and senior citizens. The city of Phoenix funds much of its transit service through Transit 2000 - a local sales tax approved by Phoenix voters, a portion of a regional sales tax known as Proposition 400, and federal funds including grants.​
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Transit News​​​

 

 

Public Invited to Open House on Title VI Policyhttps://www.phoenix.gov/news/publictransit/875Public Invited to Open House on Title VI Policy2015-07-21T19:45:00Z
24th Street Park-and-Ride Opens With New Commuter Servicehttps://www.phoenix.gov/news/publictransit/75424th Street Park-and-Ride Opens With New Commuter Service2015-04-21T21:15:00Z
Phoenix Gets $1.6 Million for South Central Transit Corridorhttps://www.phoenix.gov/news/publictransit/342Phoenix Gets $1.6 Million for South Central Transit Corridor2014-09-13T02:00:00Z