Valley Metro asking for input on potential bus route changes
PHOENIX — Valley Metro is asking riders for input on proposed bus route changes that could go into effect next April.
The transit system introduced an online survey on Nov. 4 that details the routes and schedules that would be affected by the changes.
Respondents can select from three options — in favor, not in favor and unsure — and provide additional comments behind their choices.
We want to hear from you! Give your feedback on the proposed April 2020 service changes.
See all the changes: https://t.co/wvdfXt4WzG
Participate in our survey: https://t.co/I95yDx3ZuI pic.twitter.com/ff4YyH1Yd7
— Valley Metro (@valleymetro) November 10, 2019
Up to a dozen routes across the Valley would be altered if the proposed changes are accepted and approved by the Phoenix City Council and Valley Metro Board of Directors.
The survey is open until Dec. 6, and the changes would go into effect April 27.
Valley Metro is also hosting two events to discuss the proposed changes.
It will host a webinar at 12:30-1:30 p.m. on Nov. 19, then a public hearing at 5-6:30 p.m. on Nov. 20.
The public hearing will take place on the 10th floor of the U.S. Bank Tower located at 101 N. First Ave. in downtown Phoenix.
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