MAG Regional Transit
Maricopa Association of Governments
Seeks Public Input on Transit Needs
The Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) Regional Transit Framework (RTF) is one of several studies that are occurring throughout Arizona to identify and prioritize future transportation needs. Since its initiation in February 2008, the MAG Regional Transit Framework has sought to understand the region's transit needs and opportunities for improvement, with the goal of identifying transit investments that can attract new passengers, while improving transit service for existing patrons.
The Regional Transit Framework Study was initiated by MAG, Valley Metro Rail (METRO) and the Regional Public Transportation Authority (RPTA) to identify and prioritize regional transit improvements that will supplement the existing transportation plan through year 2030, with consideration for even longer-range planning through year 2050.
- Comment Form
- Study Overview
- Peer Regions
- Regional Transit Problem Definition
- MAG Regional Transit Framework
- Framework Study Map Packet
For more information please contact Kevin Wallace at 602-254-6300, or visit www.bqaz.org
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