Microtransit is here, but few Valley cities looking to continue its spread

  • Date: 09/06/2023

Between the lines: Microtransit programs aren't financially self-sustaining, so cities must find funding sources.

  • Avondale uses local funding combined with federal transit dollars.
  • Glendale funds its program through a half-cent sales tax that's separate from the Proposition 400 sales tax for transportation.
  • Chandler, which focused its program on K-12 student transportation, received a $2 million grant from the education advocacy group A for Arizona to run its microtransit program for two years, and is looking for other federal, regional and local dollar
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