The light rail in Arizona is a public transportation system that serves the greater Phoenix metropolitan area. It consists of a 28-mile route with 38 stations that run from northwest Phoenix through downtown Phoenix and Tempe to Mesa in the east. The light rail system uses electric-powered trains that run on tracks on the street and elevated sections. The light rail provides a convenient and affordable transportation option for commuters, students, and visitors, with frequent service and connections to major attractions, employment centers, and regional educational institutions. The light rail system is operated by Valley Metro and serves over 50,000 riders per day.
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