One in a series of long-range transportation planning studies being conducted by the Maricopa County Department of Transportation to assess the ultimate corridor footprint requirements to enable consistent implementation across multiple jurisdictions. The study area for this project includes Peoria Avenue from the future Jackrabbit Trail Parkway alignment to Dysart Road (Peoria Avenue Corridor). The study area generally encompasses a two-mile wide corridor centered on the existing Peoria Avenue.
The purpose of the SR-80 and US-191 Oversize Load Study is to identify roadway conditions that restrict travel by oversize vehicles on the SR-80 and US-191 study routes. The study also recommends infrastructure and related improvements that will eliminate or mitigate restrictions to the safe and efficient flow of oversize vehicles. Restrictions on I-10, as well as destinations in the SouthEastern Arizona Governments Association (SEAGO) region and in Mexico, require oversize vehicles to use SR-80 and US-191 in Cochise County in southeastern Arizona. In addition, restrictions on SR-80 and US-191 result in detours onto county roads that are not designed ...
The proposed Meridian Road Corridor Study is needed to support the continuing development and growth, occurring and anticipated, in the East Mesa, West Apache Junction, and within Pinal County. The purpose of the Meridian Road Corridor Study is to document conditions along the existing roadway and to develop alternatives that will increase the safety and future level of service of Meridian Road. This study will also establish a roadway footprint and develop the ultimate right‐of‐way requirement for the corridor. Finally, the study will be utilized as a guide for local agencies and future development along the corridor. The study area ...
The purpose of the Verde Valley Multimodal Transportation Study is to develop a long-range regional transportation plan to guide the implementation of transportation improvements on the roads of regional significance in the Verde Valley, including I-17, State Routes, and roads on the County Regional Road System. This Study is an update of the 1999 Verde Valley Transportation Study Update.
The Camp Verde Small Area Transportation Study is a joint effort of the Town of Camp Verde and Arizona Department of Transportation. The purpose of this study is to develop a multimodal transportation plan that outlines the Town’s transportation priority projects. The transportation plan will sketch out a path to help the Town achieve its vision and goals for a future transportation system in a manner that is closely aligned with the lifestyle and the values of the community.
The primary purpose of this study was to develop a plan that enables the Town to facilitate safer and more efficient infrastructure for the traveling public and guide the development of the Business District. This study recommends phased improvement projects to address the multimodal transportation needs of the community, while steering community development and project funding. The study findings will also be incorporated into the Town's Capital Improvement Planning process for the next 5-, 10-, and 20-year time frames.
The Transportation Needs Study is a planning effort undertaken cooperatively by Yuma County and the Multimodal Planning Division of the Arizona Department of Transportation. It has been funded and supported through the Planning Assistance for Rural Areas program of ADOT. The Study addresses the needs of multiple jurisdictions, as well as the needs of neighborhoods within these jurisdictions. It encompasses a mix of uses within developed and undeveloped zoning areas of the Mesa Del Sol and Foothills areas.
The purpose of the study is to assist counties, cities, towns, and tribal communities in addressing a broad range of multimodal transportation planning issues including roadway and non-motorized modes of travel. The principal purpose is to evaluate existing transportation deficiencies, recommend needed improvements, and develop a transportation plan to accommodate and guide future growth. The study will result in a Major Streets and Routes Plan that will serve as a guide to the development of the Town’s roadway network that will be constructed to meet anticipated development in the Town.
The primary goals of the study are to define the current circulation system, evaluate its performance, forecast future needs, and prepare a plan for fulfilling the identified needs. The study is prepared for the Town of Sahuarita, pursuant to an intergovernmental agreement with the Arizona Department of Transportation through the auspices of ADOT's small area transportation studies program. The Town of Sahuarita General Plan was adopted in November 1996 to guide development within the town and it's sphere of influence. The circulation element contained in the General Plan identifies specific objectives for consideration in the planning and development process.
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.
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