Looking at transit options in Sun Cities

Sharon Hettick
Sharon Hettick
Bonnie Boyce-Wilson
Bonnie Boyce-Wilson

By Rusty Bradshaw | Sun City West Independent

Sun Cities residents had a chance to hear what opportunities might exist for public transit in the area Sept. 10 during a digital meeting, but the information provided painted a bleak picture.

Valley Metro officials hosted the meeting with the opportunity for residents to participate. However, for those unble to tune in, the meeting was recorded and can be viewed on the Valley Metro website, valleymetro.org.

The digital gathering replaced an in-person meeting scheduled in Sun City West in March. But that meeting was postponed because of the COVID-19 pandemic when Recreation Centers of Sun City West facilities were closed to the public.

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