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Date Range
2000 2014


The purpose of the 2012 ADOT Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan Update is to update the 2003 plan and address the most critical bicycle and pedestrian transportation planning needs on the State Highway System, responding to the significant growth in Arizona that has occurred over the last decade. The Plan establishes a vision for bicycling and walking in Arizona.

Contributors
Kimley-Horn and Associates, Arizona. Department of Transportation, Arizona. Transportation Planning Division
Created Date
2013-06

The primary need for these realignments is due to the planned airport expansion at Tucson International Airport. The purpose of this report is to compare various alignment alternatives for the realignment on the basis of access, cost, right-of-way, and floodplain impacts.

Contributors
Kimley-Horn and Associates, Pima County (Ariz.). Department of Transportation
Created Date
2008-10

Arizona’s Ports of Entry are part of an integrated commercial motor vehicle enforcement activity that is administered by the Arizona Department of Transportation Enforcement and Compliance Division. These domestic POEs currently consist of 22 fixed sites in 14 locations that are operated by personnel who manage and perform inspections, provide permits, and perform other related duties. Their function is both to provide services to and enforce state and federal laws for interstate commercial vehicles entering and leaving the State of Arizona. [Note that this study does not consider POEs serving the border with Mexico, nor enforcement needs of intrastate commercial ...

Contributors
Cambridge Systematics, Kimley-Horn and Associates, Arizona. Department of Transportation
Created Date
2013-07-08

This document provides a summary of activities completed in support of Phase III of the Arizona Statewide Bicycle and Pedestrian Program. The purpose of Phase III was to implement recommendations from the Arizona Statewide Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan Phase I and Phase II.

Contributors
Kimley-Horn and Associates, Arizona. Transportation Planning Division
Created Date
2007-01-30

The Arizona Department of Transportation, through the Planning Assistance for Rural Areas (PARA) program, awarded funding for the City of Sierra Vista Safe Bicycle and Pedestrian Routes Plan. Improving bicycle and pedestrian safety has many benefits to the city of Sierra Vista and its residents. Improving and providing safe bicycle and pedestrian facilities provides a viable transportation option for those people who cannot or do not drive. In addition, it is anticipated that development of a network of safe bicycle and pedestrian routes will increase the number of bicycle and pedestrian trips, thus reducing reliance on personal vehicles.

Contributors
Kimley-Horn and Associates, Arizona. Department of Transportation
Created Date
2011-08

The Arizona Department of Transportation assisted the Town of Clarkdale to develop the Clarkdale Transportation Study through the Planning Assistance for Rural Areas program. The PARA program assists counties, cities, towns, and tribal communities to address a broad range of multimodal transportation planning issues including roadway and non-motorized modes of travel. Existing multimodal needs and deficiencies, or those projected as a result of future growth and development, were identified through the analysis of existing transportation conditions, stakeholder input, and review of existing plans and studies.

Contributors
Kimley-Horn and Associates, Arizona. Transportation Planning Division, Clarkdale (Ariz.)
Created Date
2011-02

This circulation study has developed transportation improvements for all transportation modes including automobile, transit, bicycle, pedestrian, and equestrian transportation. Although bicycle and equestrian travel is not common on the East Reservation, projects were developed to encourage future use of these modes of travel. The plan recommends transportation improvements for 5, 10, and 20 year planning horizons

Contributors
Kimley-Horn and Associates, Cocopah Tribe of Arizona, Arizona. Department of Transportation
Created Date
2013-03

The Arizona Department of Transportation and the Maricopa Association of Governments are cooperating in the designation of a specific route for the CANAMEX Corridor in the Maricopa Region. Kimley-Horn and Associates, under contract to ADOT, provided technical assistance to ADOT and MAG in support of the high-level evaluation of route alternatives. The purpose of this study is to provide technical assistance, not to evaluate or select a preferred route alternative.

Contributors
Kimley-Horn and Associates, Arizona. Department of Transportation, Maricopa Association of Governments
Created Date
2000-08

The Study will identify needs and deficiencies for multimodal travel within Doney Park and will recommend a program of projects to address multimodal transportation needs. The Study will serve as a guide for community development, project funding applications, and project implementation. It is important to emphasize that the projects recommended in this study may be constructed incrementally over a considerable period of time as opportunities arise and funding becomes available.

Contributors
Kimley-Horn and Associates, Arizona. Department of Transportation, Coconino County (Ariz.). Community Development Department, et al.
Created Date
2011-11

This study is specifically focused on the contribution to the Arizona economy from out-of-state visitors engaged in organized bicycling activities in the state, and out-of-state customers, wholesale or retail, of bicycle products made or sold in Arizona.

Contributors
Arizona. Department of Transportation, McClure Consulting, Kimley-Horn and Associates
Created Date
2013-06