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Moving to Phoenix, Arizona is a bold move. If you are considering relocating here, we hope you are ready for the heat. But you probably already know everything about the weather in Phoenix. If you are thinking about moving here, you have probably already read all about the Valley’s employment opportunities, schools, and outdoor activities. However, there is one thing you might be forgetting – getting around. It is important to get to know the city’s transportation system before actually relocating here. For this reason, we at USA Auto Transport have compiled a quick guide to getting around Phoenix, Arizona.

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    How Do I Get Around Phoenix, Arizona?

    Phoenicians are provided public transportation by Valley Metro. The company operates trains, buses, and a ride-share program throughout the metro area. In addition to this, both Union Pacific Railroad (or UP, for short) and Greyhound USA provide intercity transport, connecting Phoenix to Flagstaff, Yuma, and other places in Arizona.

    For those who are not big fans of buses, the Maricopa Association of Governments is working on improving the bicycle track network in the city, as well as off-road paths.

    Why Do I Need a Car in Phoenix, Arizona?

    Let’s be honest – living in Phoenix without a car is virtually impossible. The city is very spread out, which means that even walking to the grocery store can be quite challenging. If you add Arizonian heat to the equation, the need for a personal vehicle only increases. Luckily, driving in Phoenix is quite easy once you get used to it. The streets in the city are laid out in the grid system, which makes getting lost virtually impossible. In addition, Phoenix was ranked the number one city when it comes to quality of freeways and bridges. Phoenix has a very extensive freeway system, comprised of over a thousand lane miles of interstate, U.S. and State highways, including:
    – Interstate 10, connecting the east and the west of the city, connecting Phoenix to California, the city of Tucson, and New Mexico,
    – Interstate 17, which connects the Valley to the city of Flagstaff,
    – US 60, an east-west highway, connecting Phoenix to New Mexico,
    – Loop 101, or Arizona State Route 101, a semi-beltway circling a large portion of the metropolitan area,
    – Loop 202, or Arizona State Route 202 is another partial beltway, which traverses the east of Phoenix, passing through Tempe, Mesa, Chandler, and Gilbert,
    – SR 51, also known as Piestewa Freeway, connects I-10 with Loop 101,
    – SR 143, also known as Hohokam Expressway, lies east of the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, and
    – Loop 303, or Bob Stump Memorial Parkway, serves the northwestern part of the city.

    To see a comprehensive map of the streets of Phoenix and get directions for your future commutes, click here.

    Open vs. Enclosed Trailer

    USA Auto Transport will make sure that everything goes smooth as silk with your car’s move. Your choice of car haulers include:

    Open trailers are the most common choice when it comes to auto transport. This method is cost effective, you will be able to get faster pickup times and you can transport more vehicles at once.

    Enclosed Trailer is a premium method which offers special transport when moving an expensive, exotic, racing, classic or irreplaceable cars. These types of cars need a little more care, that’s why only the most experienced drivers will be assigned to handle this move.