Construction of New Transit Center at Arrowhead Towne Center to Occur August – November 2015
Construction of a new transit center at Arrowhead Towne Center in north Glendale began in early August and will and take about three months to complete. Pedestrian access to the mall north entrances will be maintained during construction.
The facility, which is scheduled to open in early November, will include new passenger amenities, including shaded bus shelters, free wi-fi, electrical outlets for phone chargers, bus pullouts and landscaping. The current location has no dedicated passenger amenities. The $617,000 project is funded by the city of Glendale in partnership with Macerich, which owns and manages Arrowhead Towne Center.
Bus Rider Advisory
- During construction, the current bus stop on the north side of Arrowhead Towne Center will be moved to a temporary location on the west side of AMC Theatres near Sears for approximately three months.
- The facility serves as a transfer point for three Valley Metro bus routes: 67, 170 and 186.
- It is recommended that bus passengers bring umbrellas for shade, as the temporary waiting area is not shaded.
Thank you for your patience while we build a new and improved transit center.
Matthew Dudley, City of Glendale Transit Manager
623-930-3507 | MDudley@glendaleaz.com
Bill Passmore, City of Glendale Principal Engineer/Project Mgr.
623-930-3647 | firstname.lastname@example.org
602-253-5000 (TTY 602-251-2039) | www.valleymetro.org