Transit Services in Phoenix
Phoenix's local bus service travels arterial streets seven days a week, 365 days a year. Thanks to the recently approved Phoenix Transportation 2050 plan, local bus service has expanded and riders can now rely on local bus service until midnight Monday through Friday.
The light rail line in Phoenix, which is operated and maintained by Valley Metro, starts at 19th and Dunlap avenues and travels south connecting downtown Phoenix with Tempe and Mesa to the east.
RAPID is a park-and-ride based commuter service that runs Monday through Friday, except holidays, within the city of Phoenix and goes to and from downtown Phoenix to various Phoenix park-and-rides.
Express is a weekday commuter service operated by Valley Metro that travels to and from downtown Phoenix from other cities in the Valley.
Phoenix also has four free circulator routes that have smaller buses that loop through neighborhoods to connect passengers to schools, businesses and other bus service.
Phoenix Dial-a-Ride is a paratransit service for people who are ADA-certified persons with disabilities and are residents of Phoenix.
Alternative Transportation for Phoenix residents
Senior / ADA Cab Coupons allow seniors 65 and older, and people with disabilities who are Americans with Disabilities Act certified who live in the city of Phoenix. Riders can now get cab coupons to travel at a discount using taxis. Senior Center Shuttle now takes the place of Reserve-A-Ride; sign up for the program at one of the 16 senior centers around Phoenix.