Public Transit and Coronavirus

Valley Metro bus, paratransit and RideChoice services continue to operate on their normal schedules however, passengers must enter and exit the bus using the rear door. 

Please visit Valley Metro for the most up-to-date information on how service may be affected.




First-Mile, Last-Mile Pilot



Service Changes

  • October 2020 Proposed
    • Bus
      • Route 108 | Elliot Road/48th St.: Modify route to remove deviation along San Marcos Pl. to Chilton Dr. and Arizona Ave. Route will continue along Elliot Road for more efficient service.
  • April 2020 Service Changes
    • Bus
      • Route 542 | Chandler Express: Modify outbound trip times to better serve riders
    • Paratransit
      • Same day paratransit service eliminated. Non-ADA certification will no longer be available.

Regional Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Feasibility Study

The Regional Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Feasibility Study is exploring the interest in and feasibility of implementing BRT in the MAG Region. Working in partnership with member agencies, the study will also recommend a preliminary set of locations where a regional BRT network could connect to the planned City of Phoenix BRT investments.

The results of the regional study will serve as a springboard for member agencies to host their own discussions about the potential for implementing BRT. This study and the associated outreach process will give communities a head start in future implementation through an enhanced understanding of BRT opportunities, challenges and feasibility.

Want to get involved?  

Watch the educational BRT video, take the online survey, and use the interactive comment map to tell us what you think.

Bus Rapid Transit Survey  | Interactive Comment Map

Transit Services

ADA Paratransit is shared-ride, door-to-door or curb-to-curb transportation (provided in vans and/or taxicabs) that is provided to people with disabilities who are unable, or have limited ability because of their disability, to use fixed-route buses or trains. For service, call 602-716-2200.

ADA Paratransit    

Valley Metro operates bus service 365 days a year, with an extensive list of routes traveling through the Valley. Several Chandler bus routes make connections to the light rail. METRO light rail provides convenient train service from Mesa to Tempe and Phoenix. Route maps and schedules for Bus and Light Rail can be found at Valley Metro, or call Customer Service at 602-253-5000.    

Bus and Light Rail 

RideChoice is for ADA paratransit certified people with disabilities and seniors age 65 and above who reside in th participating communities. Valley Metro RideChoice now has easier access to a larger network of rideshare transportation providers including Uber, taxicabs another wheelchair-accessible vehicles. For service, call 602-716-2111.


Title VI

The City of Chandler does not discriminate in providing transportation services and complies with federal law. Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Restoration Act of 1987, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.