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The State And Local Arizona Documents (SALAD) collection contains documents published by the State of Arizona, its Counties, incorporated Cities or Towns, or affiliated Councils of Government; documents produced under the auspices of a state or local agency, board, commission or department, including reports made to these units; and Salt River Project, a licensed municipality. ASU is a primary collector of state publications and makes a concerted effort to acquire and catalog most materials published by state and local governmental agencies.

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Date Range
1998 2017


In the fall of 2007, Arizona’s Councils of Governments and Metropolitan Planning Organizations, in cooperation with the Arizona Department of Transportation, launched a new phase in an ambitious, long-range statewide planning process known as Building a Quality Arizona or bqAZ. Working in collaboration with regional transportation planning entities, transit organizations, tribal governments, land management agencies, conservation groups, business and community leaders, and Governor Napolitano’s Growth Cabinet, ADOT and local/regional leaders embarked on development of a Statewide Transportation Planning Framework that formulated and evaluated multimodal transportation improvements. ADOT’s Multimodal Planning Division and Communication and Community Partnerships Division jointly led the Statewide ...

Contributors
Arizona. Department of Transportation, Building a Quality Arizona (Project), AECOM (Firm), et al.
Created Date
2010-03

The Study identifies a plan of improvements for transit and non-motorized transportation and outlines the specific actions necessary to implement and sustain the plan. The Study identifies projects that establish and improve the pedestrian and transit options for Community members. The development of these suggested projects includes consideration of evaluation criteria addressing such issues as safety and connection of multi-modal transportation modes throughout the Community and to the greater region.

Contributors
HDR Engineering, Arizona. Department of Transportation
Created Date
2011-08-01

The HELP program is meant to be a funding tool to accelerate needed highway projects throughout the state. Board Funding Obligations are an important part of the HELP capitalization and the current stress on the State's General Fund has impacted our ability to use BFOs as a funding source for new loans. Though $140 million of BFOs are authorized by statute to capitalize the HELP, the State Treasurer was required to call all outstanding BFOs in April 2009. Consequently, the State Transportation Board and the Department have suspended the HELP program given the uncertainty of a long term funding source.

Contributors
Highway Expansion and Extension Loan Program (Ariz.), Arizona. Department of Transportation. Financial Management Services
Created Date
1998/2017

This manual provides an overview of Sections 404 and 401 of the Clean Water Act, as they apply to Arizona Department of Transportation activities. Compliance with Sections 404 and 401 is necessary for Arizona Department of Transportation activities that involve the discharge of dredged or fill material into waters of the United States. The manual also provides general guidance on the preparation of jurisdictional delineations, Nationwide Permit Pre-Construction Notification submittals, and Individual Permit applications.

Contributors
AMEC Earth and Environmental, Arizona. Department of Transportation
Created Date
2013-06

The purpose of the study was to develop a multimodal transportation plan that outlines the City’s transportation priority projects. The transportation plan created a path to help the City 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. Additionally, it will address the City of San Luis mobility needs for the future population, commercial growth, the transportation needs due to the opening of the new San Luis commercial Port of Entry, and the reconfiguration of the original San Luis Port of Entry I. ...

Contributors
Jacobs Engineering Group, URS Corporation, San Luis (Ariz.), et al.
Created Date
2009-08

Grace Neal Parkway and Bank Street are located in the northern Kingman area partially outside of the Kingman city limits. This report discusses of creating a new arterial roadway providing safety and convenience for vehicular traffic and pedestrians. Although Grace Neal is referred to as a parkway, its designation for design is arterial.

Contributors
Brooks Engineers & Surveyors, Mohave County (Ariz.)
Created Date
2007-04-30

ADOT, in cooperation with the City of Kingman and Mohave County, initiated the Kingman Area Transportation Study Update to update the 2005 Kingman Area Transportation Study. The study provides a plan of improvements for 5-year (short-range), 10-year (mid-range), and 20-year (long-range) transportation planning horizons. The recommendations are multimodal, considering roadways, nonmotorized transportation modes (bicycles and pedestrians), and transit components.

Contributors
Kimley-Horn and Associates, Arizona. Department of Transportation
Created Date
2011-02

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.

Contributors
HDR Engineering, Pima County (Ariz.). Department of Transportation, Regional Transportation Authority (Pima County, Ariz.)
Created Date
2009-06

The Pima County Department of Transportation in cooperation with the Town of Oro Valley and the Regional Transportation Authority proposes to widen approximately 5 miles of La Cholla Boulevard from a two-lane arterial roadway into a four-lane divided arterial roadway between Magee Road and Tangerine Road. During Phase 1 of the proposed project, PCDOT will lead the preliminary roadway design for the entire corridor and will design and construct the roadway improvements from Magee Road to Lambert Lane. During Phase 2, the Town of Oro Valley will complete the design and construct the roadway improvements from Lambert Lane to Tangerine ...

Contributors
URS Corporation, Pima County (Ariz.). Department of Transportation, Oro Valley (Ariz.), et al.
Created Date
2010-04

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.

Contributors
HDR Engineering, Pima County (Ariz.). Department of Transportation, Regional Transportation Authority (Pima County, Ariz.)
Created Date
2008-11