Phoenix Public Transit is a city of Phoenix department and the largest member of the Valley Metro Transit system. Bus and train schedules can be found at ValleyMetro.org
Transit Services in Phoenix
- Local city buses, also known as Valley Metro bus or Metro bus, travel arterial streets daily, including holidays.
- RAPID is a park-and-ride based commuter service that runs Monday through Friday within the city of Phoenix that goes to and from downtown Phoenix.
- Express is a Monday through Friday commuter service operated by Valley Metro that travels to and from downtown Phoenix from other areas of the Valley.
- Phoenix Neighborhood Circulator is a free transit service with three routes: ALEX (Ahwatukee), MARY (Maryvale), and SMART (Sunnyslope).The vehicles loop through a neighborhood route to help connect passengers to local bus service.
- Phoenix Business Circulator is a free transit service with two routes: DASH (Downtown Phoenix) and 19th Avenue Connector.
- Phoenix Dial-a-Ride, 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.