Pinal County Transit Feasibility Study

A study by Pinal County that identifies four growth areas and outlines an integrated, multimodal transportation system that provides for vehicular travel and transit, including commuter and local rail lines, along with bike and pedestrian routes. The study addresses the next steps the County should take to develop the transit components of such a multimodal system that sets forth a "roadmap" for the development of those improvements.

TFS Study Final Report (PDF)

Southeast Valley Transit Study

A study completed by the Maricopa Association of Governments that analyzes transit services and ridership demand in transit-established and transit-aspiring communities within the Southeast Valley. The study identified efficiencies in current and planned transit services and identified and integrated, demand driven transit system that effectively and efficiently connects areas within the Southeast Valley of the MAG Region as well as to existing and planned regional transit improvements such as high-capacity transit.

See the Final Report (PDF).

Transit Services

Pinal County currently helps fund the Central Arizona Regional Transit (CART) program. The CART is a regional bus system that connects Florence, Coolidge, Central Arizona College and Casa Grande.

For the west region of Pinal County, there is the City of Maricopa Express Transit (MET). Pinal County is not affiliated with this program, but we welcome to provide information about this service for our Pinal County citizens, visitors and general public.

Pinal County Transit Governance Study

Central Arizona Governments, in cooperation with Pinal County and the Pinal Regional Transportation Authority, has launched a Transit Governance Study. The Transit Governance Study will identify and provide a comprehensive guide for the Pinal Regional Transportation Authority (PRTA) and Pinal County to enhance transit services and design investment strategies that make best use of available federal, state, regional, and local resources.

Learn more about the Pinal County Transit Governance Study.