The first phase of the light rail system, called METRO, concentrates on providing public transportation for central and downtown Phoenix, and the downtown and ASU areas of Tempe.
Here is your step by step introduction to the light rail train system in Phoenix, Arizona. It covers everything from Park and Ride lots to station rules, tips for drivers and pedestrians to buying tickets and passes.
This zoomable map of all 28 stations of the first phase of the light rail system for Phoenix also includes many points of interest that are within close proximity to the stations.
This map marks the METRO Light Rail Stations in Phoenix, Tempe and Mesa along with hotels and motels that are within 1/2 mile of a light rail station.
Here's the bottom line on fares and passes for the light rail system in Phoenix and Tempe.
Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport has a free shuttle to connect you to the METRO light rail system. Here's how it works.
Here's what it looks like - the cars, the stations, the artwork, and the layout of the stations.
How and when did light rail begin? Here's a brief history and overview.
Accidents are bound to happen, but they won't happen to you if you are attentive when you are near METRO stations and trains, whether you are walking, driving or biking.