Phoenix Public Libraries has expanded its fleet of public transportation, including the Phoenix Bus, to allow visitors to explore the library by foot and car.
The city-owned public transportation system opened for public use in September and will be extended through December 2019.
The new buses have been named “Philly” for the city’s nickname for Phoenix, and the name of the bus is “Pilot.”
The public bus has the Phoenix Public Garage (PGG), a garage that has a number of public and private spaces that visitors can explore.
Pilot also provides access to the Phoenix Museum of Art (PMA), which opened in May 2019.
The PGG is also the location of Phoenix Public Works, which is the city-run maintenance and repair center for the Phoenix city park system.
The Phoenix Public Parking Garage is a public parking garage in the park system that has two levels of space for people who can’t drive, as well as a large parking lot with a bike rack.
The public parking lot in the Phoenix park system is called “Pioneer.”
The PPG Garage is the location for the parking garage and the PGG Garage has space for visitors to park for free.
The City of Phoenix will also be expanding its parking at the park.
Public parking spaces in the city will be limited to two spaces per person and will close in November 2019.
In addition, Phoenix Public Schools will expand the number of spaces available for students to use by 15 percent, and will expand its bicycle and pedestrian programs by 20 percent.
The goal of these changes is to provide more accessible and accessible public spaces for everyone to access Phoenix Public libraries and other public resources.
Phoenix Public Libraries also announced that it will be adding more new programs and resources in the coming months.
These include the Phoenix School Library (PSL), which will offer free books for the children in grades 4 through 12; and the Phoenix Community Library (CCL), which has space in the library and a community center.