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April 3, 2013

Phoenix automated Sky Train set to debut

The first phase of the $1.6 billion project connects with Terminal 4 — which handles 80% of Sky Harbor's passengers — and includes stops at an economy parking lot and a Metro light rail station.


May 15, 2012

Phoenix airport train takes first test run

Over 6 million passengers are expected to ride the train, manufactured by Bombardier Transportation, the first year; or, 16,000 a day.


July 15, 2009

Bombardier to equip, operate Phoenix peoplemover

Design-build contract, valued at approximately $186 million, includes the design and supply of all of the system-wide electrical and mechanical equipment, and the construction and equipping of the operations and maintenance and storage facility.


March 27, 2009

Phoenix breaks ground on airport Sky Train

Phase one of the project, which will be completed in 2013 is creating 5,900 jobs and will connect with METRO light rail and transport passengers and employees between 44th Street and Washington, East Economy Parking and Terminal 4.


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