The purpose of this Pima County roadway project is to improve operations on Colossal Cave Road within the project limits while being sensitive to the surrounding environmental features and land uses. Potential impacts of the project are on the historic adobe building; the historic Shrine of the Santa Rita property during construction on biological resources, utilities, access, traffic operations, noise, and air quality.
Develop a detailed operating plan for the freeway express/BRT routes identified in the Regional Transportation Plan as well as identify vehicle and infrastructure investments needed to support said routes.
Given the context for BRT planning in the Valley, this project, the Comprehensive Arterial Bus Rapid Transit Planning Study, is tasked with identifying demand for BRT and defining operational characteristics, capital infrastructure needs, and fleet requirements. The study considers how operational characteristics and needs of the BRT corridors may change as the regional transit network develops over the life of the 20 year transit program.
The Regional Transportation Plan and Proposition 400 identified funding for 13 regional parkand-ride lots to support transit operations. This study provides recommendations to ensure that park-and-ride implementation are aligned with operational requirements, especially regarding express bus and bus rapid transit needs. The Park-and-Ride Re-prioritization also describes issues concerning the Valley’s overall park-and-ride network and makes recommendations to facilitate implementation.
Through the Planning Assistance for Rural Areas program, the Arizona Department of Transportation and the City of Yuma cooperatively conducted the Yuma Expressway Corridor Study to develop a preliminary assessment and feasibility of a proposed corridor alignment along the south and western portions of the City of Yuma. Improvements to this corridor would benefit the region by addressing a number of different customers traveling around and through the region.
The City of Prescott was awarded funding to conduct this corridor study through the Planning Assistance for Rural Areas program administered by the Arizona Department of Transportation. The City of Prescott, with support from ADOT, has worked with other local agencies in the region to conduct this study to evaluate and recommend a corridor alignment for the Sundog Connector located in Yavapai County, Arizona. The western corridor terminus is located in the City of Prescott and the eastern terminus is located in the Town of Prescott Valley. The corridor study area is defined as the area between State Route (SR) ...
The Graham County, Safford, Thatcher, Pima Small Area Transportation Study was initiated by Graham County, in conjunction with the Arizona Department of Transportation, to develop a countywide, long-range multimodal transportation plan for this growing rural Arizona community. The project sponsors selected the PB Americas team to conduct this study under the direction of a Technical Advisory Committee, which included representatives from Graham County, City of Safford, Town of Thatcher, Town of Pima, Southeastern Arizona Governments Organization, and ADOT.
The Yuma Regional Transit Study identifies transit needs within southwestern Yuma County and presents recommended transit system improvements based on three funding scenarios. This study examined current and projected population, demographics, and employment for the region, conducted extensive public outreach and data collection, identified transit deficiencies and developed recommended transit improvements based on the identified deficiencies.
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