Scottsdale Trolley System
Scottsdale's trolley system connects riders to entertainment, shopping, dining, schools, parks, libraries, community centers and more. The trolley offers three fixed routes with connections to Valley Metro Transit and the Tempe Orbit.
Scottsdale Transit Maps
- Trolley service is free
- Trolleys run on a 20-minute frequency
- Trolleys operate Monday – Friday from 5:45 a.m. to 7:45 p.m.
(See route information for route times & schedules)
No Trolley Service on: New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Scottsdale and Valley Metro are committed to providing passengers with safe, convenient, and comfortable transit services that are accessible and usable by seniors and people with disabilities. Paratransit services include public transit and door-to-door or curb-to-curb options.
CAB Connection is a unique taxi voucher program for Scottsdale seniors and people with disabilities. The program offers residents more flexibility and greater independence at an affordable price. Participants receive up to 20 one-way vouchers per month to apply towards cab fare. The vouchers are subsidized by the city and cover 80 percent of a one-way trip up to a maximum of $10. Participants are responsible for the remaining trip cost and driver tip. To qualify for CAB Connection vouchers you must be a Scottsdale resident age 65 or older, certified as disabled through the Valley Metro Mobility Center. In some cases CAB Connection vouchers may be available for individuals with a temporary disability. Active drivers can apply for CAB Connection vouchers and the program is not subject to income requirements. For more information about CAB Connection please call 480-312-8747 or email at CabConnectionInfo@ScottsdaleAZ.gov.
Valley Metro RideChoice Program
Valley Metro's RideChoice program provides access to Lyft, Uber, taxi and wheelchair accessible vehicles for Scottsdale residents who are ADA paratransit certified. Eligible participants call for a pickup at any time, and they are not required to share rides. Participants can take up to 20 trips per month; those using the service for transportation to work, school or medical appointments may be eligible for additional monthly trips. RideChoice provides rides up to 8 miles for $3.00 Additional miles cost $2.00 per mile. Complete RideChoice information is available on the Valley Metro website.
Valley Metro ADA Paratransit Service
Valley Metro's ADA Paratransit Service (formally East Valley Dial-A-Ride) is available to Scottsdale residents who are ADA certified through Valley Metro. This curb-to-curb or door-to-door shared-ride service requires 24 hour advance reservation. The service offers unlimited monthly trips at a cost of $4.00 per trip. Visit the Valley Metro website for complete information on Paratransit Ride Share services. Complete ADA Paratransit Service information is available on the Valley Metro website.
Scottsdale's Civil Rights Program - Title VI
The city of Scottsdale and Valley Metro operate their programs and services without regard to race, color, national origin, or any other characteristic protected by law including Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Visit the Valley Metro website for complete information regarding:
Title VI Plan, Forms and Notices:
- Title VI Program for Transit Services
- Title VI Notice to the Public
- Title VI Notice to the Public (Spanish)
- Title VI Complaint Procedures
- Title VI Complaint Procedures (Spanish)
- Title VI Complaint Form
- Title VI Complaint Form (Spanish)
ADA Forms, Notices and Resources:
- ADA Public Notice
- ADA Public Notice (Spanish)
- ADA Complaint Procedures
- ADA Complaint Procedures (Spanish)
- ADA Complaint Form
- ADA Complaint Form (Spanish)
Valley Metro - ADA and Accessibility Links: