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A Sun City senior center is ensuring easier access to COVID-19 vaccines with free transportation. more
Does merging on the highway pose a dilemma for you? more
The Arizona Department of Transportation advises drivers to plan for ramp closures as well as intermittent rolling closures along east- and west-bound Loop 202 Santan Freeway in areas between … more
This is a story about miles and miles of deteriorating Valley freeways, quality of life in north Glendale, a “crisis,” and hundreds of millions of dollars. more
Maricopa County has been the fastest-growing county in the United States for the past several years, and the West Valley is leading the charge. Residents are being asked to help plan for that growth by participating in a short survey to evaluate the need for improved and expanded transit service. more
A Tempe Bike Hero can be a Clark Kent or a Superman when it comes to promoting the bicycling way. What matters is making life better for Tempe’s two-wheeled community. So, whether … more
When the Arizona Department of Transportation this summer announces its preferred alignment for a North-South Corridor from Apache Junction to Interstate 10 near Eloy, Pinal County supervisors hope … more
Setting aside $185,000 to plan for a pedestrian hybrid beacon at Kings Ranch Road at Sunrise Sky Drive in Gold Canyon will be considered Friday by the Arizona Department of Transportation … more
For a region built for cars, the Valley is making a push to add more bicycle lanes to its travel options. But to do so, it takes each community to pitch in, as Glendale is in 2021. more
The Arizona Department of Transportation is keeping Valley freeways open through the holidays, with no planned full closures between today and Monday morning, Jan. 4. ADOT officials said there may … more
Drivers in the Queen Creek area should expect the following roadway restrictions: Rittenhouse Road northbound lane shift between 211th way and Riggs Road for road improvements. Nov. 11 – … more
The Northwest Valley Connect Mobility Program continues to go forward with a ride solution for many seniors, people experiencing disabilities, and veterans residing independently in West Valley communities who lack access to public transportation. more
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