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Valley Metro gets Fed approval for Tempe Streetcar construction

Rail| August 22, 2018

The three-mile streetcar, scheduled to open in 2021, includes 14 stops and two Valley Metro light rail connections.

Capital Metro, Valley Metro, HART recognized for sustainability

Sustainability| August 2, 2018

Public transit agencies and businesses voluntarily choose to join the APTA Sustainability Commitment program and pledge to implement processes and actions that create continuous improvements in sustainability.

Technology| August 1, 2018

Valley Metro partners with Waymo for autonomous vehicle pilot

Agency will begin utilizing the self-driving vehicle technology for first- and last-mile transit trips next month.

Rail| June 26, 2018

Valley Metro taps Jacobs to design NW Phoenix light rail extension

The advancement is funded through Transportation 2050, a 35-year, multi-modal transportation plan approved by Phoenix voters.

Government Issues| April 24, 2018

Pennsylvania, 2 more states earn State Safety Oversight certification

Requirements include establishing an SSO agency that is financially and legally independent from the rail transit agencies it oversees.

January 17, 2018

Looking Ahead: The Future of Streetcars

Over the last few months, we’ve talked about the resurgence of streetcars and explored recently completed projects across the country. So what’s next for modern streetcars? A number of expansions of existing systems are in various stages of planning and development ...

Management & Operations| December 4, 2017

Valley Metro's Smith to continue CEO role into 2020

Smith began serving as Interim CEO in February 2016 and CEO in November 2016.

Bus| November 7, 2017

Valley Metro, Phoenix award 396-CNG-bus order to New Flyer

The contract, which was supported by FTA funding and includes options for 197 buses over five years.

Management & Operations| October 23, 2017

Valley Metro unveils new 'Respect the Ride' code of conduct

The new code of conduct discourages disruptive behavior on the Valley’s 26-mile light rail line and empowers the transit agency to remove riders who engage in inappropriate or unsafe behavior.

Management & Operations| September 13, 2017

How implementing biophilic architecture can soothe transit riders

By incorporating simple biophilic principles into station and facility design, cities, and transit agencies can foster stronger connections to nature that improve our overall wellbeing as individuals and as a community.

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