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Operator Skyharbor Airport
System Type Airport Transit System
Year Opened 2013
# of Lines 1
# of Cars
Gauge N/A
Fare Media None
Data Date 2013
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US Transit > Central > Phoenix
PHX Sky Train


Phoenix Skyharbor airport opened a new people mover system that links Terminal 4 with the economy parking lots and to Phoenix Metro Light Rail station at 44th Street. The Rubber tired trains soar over the taxiway between Terminal 4 and the parking garages. The line then ducks under the taxiway between Terminal 4 and 3, before ending at Termainal 3 with a walkway to Terminal 2. There are plans to extend the line to the Rental Car Center.

It openws in 2013

Construction of the bridge over the taxiway (8/27/10) Bridge construction continues (12/18/10)
The portion of the taxiway is complete (12/18/10) The bridge seen from a departing aircraft (2/9/11)
The bridge seen from a departing aircraft (2/9/11) Bridge viewed from 40th St. (4/18/12)
Economy Parking Station (4/18/12) Trains lined up for testing (4/18/12)
44th Street Station (4/18/12) 44th Street Station (4/18/12)
44th Street Station (4/18/12)  

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