Public Transportation

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Public Transportation
6210 W. Myrtle Avenue, Suite S
Glendale, Arizona 85301
P:623-930-2940
The City of Glendale improves the lives of the people we serve every day by providing a wide range of convenient, low-cost transportation alternatives including fixed-route bus service, Glendale Dial-A-Ride, GUS bus service, and a Taxi Voucher Program.





The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) prohibits discrimination and ensures equal opportunity and access for persons with disabilities



ADA Public Notice
ADA Public Notice (Spanish)

Glendale ADA Complaint Form
Glendale ADA Complaint Form (Spanish)

Glendale Transit ADA Complaint Procedures






Valley Metro 101

Virtual Training Session
Wednesday, October 13 at Noon Learn how Valley Metro buses, GUS,
Dial-A-Ride and light rail can take you around the Valley!






Valley Metro Fixed Route Schedules Click Below     

                                                       
  
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DIAL-A-RIDE
FARE REINSTATEMENT NOTICE


Beginning June 1, fare collection will resume for
Glendale Dial-A-Ride

  • Fares must be paid when boarding the bus.
  • Exact fare is required to ride. 



Face Mask Notice

On August 20, 2021 the CDC issued Security Directive 1582/84-21-01B  extending the requirement for travelers to wear masks to prevent the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19.  Masks are required on all surface transportation and public transit, including Valley Metro service until January 18, 2022

Glendale Transit drivers continue to wear masks to help protect passengers and themselves. Disposable face masks will be available for passengers that do not have a face covering as supply allows.

We encourage riders to pay close attention to @valleymetro on Twitter or the AlertVM mobile app for notifications on potential delays and/or disruptions. And as always on transit, we ask that you look out for yourself and others--if you see something, say something using the AlertVM ap.




Phoenix Public Transit Resumes Front Door Boarding
October 11, 2021


Beginning Monday, October 11, riders will start using the front doors again to board buses.  Before boarding, passengers are expected to have fare ready and wear a mask, per federal law.  The farebox on board will be available to take cash, but does not provide change.  We encourage all riders to use light rail station fareboxes or purchase fare at a retailer for quicker entry on to the bus.