Beginning Saturday, Phoenix Urban Design Week is organized by a group of dedicated local volunteers–made up of entrepreneurs, creatives, urban planners, designers, landscape architects, and placemaking specialists.
Walkable community gathering places are some of the crucial components for a pedestrian-friendly city.
To launch Stand Up 4 Transportation, the American Public Transportation Association and Valley Metro host a parade on April 9th from Hance Park to Civic Space Park.
In its first three months, Grid Bike Share has more than tripled the number of bikes available and has 2,250 registered users.
Show the City of Phoenix what’s most important to you when it comes to transportation improvements.
Valley Metro’s new free mobile app, Ridekick™, will keep real-time schedules for bus and light rail.
No worrying about loose change—now at Phoenix parking meters you can pay, park, and go all with the swipe of your phone.
The mural project in the Paseo de ALAC decorates the cover of the new Downtown Phoenix Directory.
A new video from the city’s Street Transportation Department highlights the evolution of biking throughout Phoenix.