Did you know that several fixed bus routes service Peoria? Peoria’s Transit Division oversees all public transit services, including the bus service, Dial-a-Ride, and Americans with Disabilities service, travel reduction and clean air programs, and the POGO Destinations local bus route.

The following information is for bus services:

• Did you know there are five bus routes serving Peoria that provide connections to locations throughout the Valley? Route 83 (83rd Ave.), Route 138 (Thunderbird Rd.), Route 106 (Peoria Ave.), Route 67 (67th Ave.), and Route 170 (Bell Rd.).
• Bus fares are cheaper than a gallon of gas. A full-day pass is $4 and one ride is $2. Discounts of 50% are available to seniors ages 65 and older, youth ages 6-18, and persons with a disability or who have a Medicare card. Children 5 years old and younger ride free.
• All buses provide accessibility through a lift or ramp and wheelchair tie-down and priority seating for persons with disabilities.
• Take your bike with you. All buses have bicycle racks.

For more information, visit peoriaaz.gov/government/departments/public-works-and-utilities/transportation.