Phoenix Bus Rapid Transit Program
In 2015, Phoenix voters approved Proposition 104, creating the 35-year street and transit plan known as Transportation 2050 or T2050. Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) was identified as a key component of T2050 to continue expanding our city's high capacity transit network.
As a new transit option for Phoenix, BRT will transform and improve transit speed, reliability and overall rider experience. Phoenix BRT is being developed with community input and collaboration and based on where current and future transit ridership shows the most need.
What is happening now?
Don't Miss Out! Public Meeting Tonight!
Tues, March 21 @ 5:30pm
Carl Hayden Community High School – 3333 W Roosevelt St., Phoenix, AZ 85009
The City of Phoenix has selected its first Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) corridor – 35th Avenue/Van Buren Street – and we want to connect with YOU to share an overview of the corridor, provide insight into where we are in the project and next steps, and hear your thoughts! Visit the BRT Online Meeting and take our survey now through April 21!
Join us at an upcoming public meeting: Tonight! 3/21: Carl Hayden Community High School at 5:30pm3/28: Trinity United Methodist Church at 5:30pm4/4: Virtual Meeting at 6pm
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