The Pima County Department of Transportation proposes to widen approximately 1 mile of La Cholla Boulevard from a two-lane roadway into a six-lane arterial street between Ruthrauff Road and River Road. The project includes improvements to the intersections of La Cholla Boulevard and Ruthrauff Road and La Cholla Boulevard and Curtis Road, plus replacement of the bridge over the Rillito River.
The Pima County Department of Transportation proposes to widen approximately 2.7 miles of La Cañada Drive from a two-lane arterial road into a four-lane arterial road between River Road and Ina Road. The project also includes the installation of a closed stormwater collection and conveyance system, installation of culverts to create an all-weather roadway, and addition of curbs, sidewalks, bike lanes, and a public use trail.
The Pima Regional Trail System Master Plan is intended to serve as a blueprint for the development of a high quality, interconnected, multimodal, regional trail system in eastern Pima County. The plan is an update of the 1989 and 1996 Eastern Pima County Trail System Master Plans.
Identifies transportation infrastructure investments that may help leverage the economic potential of the study area and foster future land development. Describes the study area’s existing and future transportation conditions and presents transportation framework recommendations based on planning by Aztec Land & Cattle Company, the Town of Snowflake and Taylor, and Navajo County. It presents findings from case studies on inland ports and rural industrial developments and discusses possible funding sources and strategies for infrastructure investment.
Executive summary -- Technical memorandum 1. Opinion of cost for desalination -- Technical memorandum 2. Opinion of cost for conveyance Development of new water resources will be necessary to meet municipal, industrial, environmental, recreational, and other demands associated with expected growth in Arizona, United States, and Sonora, Mexico. Desalinated seawater from the Gulf of California is one possible solution
The Southern Greenlee County Trails Study identified a framework of trails that could be developed to attract modern-day adventurers and naturalists to explore the rich natural and cultural heritage of Greenlee County. The study identifies trails that Greenlee County residents can use for recreation, enabling them to engage in healthy life choices with limited bike-car or pedestrian-car conflicts. Long dependent on mining as its economic base, this trails plan is another step Greenlee County is taking to diversify its economy by increasing tourism.
The Town of Superior Small Area Transportation Study was initiated by the Town of Superior in conjunction with the Arizona Department of Transportation. The purpose of this study is to document existing roadway characteristics and operations, land use and socioeconomic conditions, and other existing transportation modes, and to craft a long-range transportation plan to meet the transportation needs of the Town of Superior. A travel demand model was prepared to forecast traffic volumes to assist in identifying the traffic impacts with the anticipated growth in and around the City.
The San Xavier District of the Tohono O’odham Nation is home to approximately 2,000 people. Numerous others come to the District to visit the San Xavier del Bac Mission Church. The San Xavier District Pedestrian Access and Safety Study is being prepared to improve the walking and bicycling environment on the San Xavier District for Community members and visitors alike. The study is being funded by the Arizona Department of Transportation Multimodal Planning Division’s Planning Assistance for Rural Areas program.
The preparation of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community Community) 2010 Long Range Transportation Plan was funded by the Arizona Department of Transportation Multimodal Planning Division’s Planning Assistance for Rural Areas program.
The Arizona Department of Transportation, in cooperation with Lake Havasu City, conducted a long-range corridor study for Mesquite Avenue, McCulloch Boulevard, and Swanson Avenue (referred to in this document collectively as the Corridor). The study looked at ways to support and enhance this revitalization by developing a vision for the Corridor that balances the City’s Main Street Uptown District goals with the need to accommodate future travel demand along each road in the Corridor.
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