New Maricopa-Sky Harbor shuttle takes headache out of summer holiday

A new airport shuttle service, Ride347, is set to launch in Maricopa, Arizona this summer. The service, initiated by husband-wife duo Kevin and Lori Riley, aims to alleviate the hassle of airport transportation for residents. With Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport as the destination, Ride347 will commence operations on Independence Day.

The service is particularly significant as current options for airport transportation in Maricopa are limited, with rideshare bookings from Uber or Lyft ranging from $35 to $150 and taxis costing at least $80 for the 30-mile one-way trip. Driving oneself to the airport can be challenging due to traffic and the added expense of daily parking fees.

Ride347 will offer a fixed-route service for a flat rate of $38, providing multiple trips per day starting at 5 a.m. The service promises a comfortable ride, with two air conditioning units, seating for 12 to 14 passengers, and an ADA option for wheelchairs and scooters. Future plans include adding a TV and WiFi to the buses as additional amenities.

Kevin Riley emphasizes the importance of Ride347 as a reliable, dependable, and safe route to the airport, operating seven days a week. For more information or to book a ride, visit Ride347.com or call 602-828-0826. This content is sponsored.

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