Scottsdale Road and Rural Road are identified in the Regional Transportation Plan as an arterial Bus Rapid Transit route. The portion of this route within Scottsdale is programmed and funded in the Transit Life Cycle Program.
This report was commissioned by the City of Scottsdale and conducted by Behavior Research Center. The purpose of the study was to measure attitudes about the use of photo-based traffic enforcement statewide.
The General Plan is the primary tool for guiding the future development of the city. On a daily basis the city is faced with tough choices about growth, housing, transportation, neighborhood improvement, and service delivery. A General Plan provides a guide for making these choices by describing long-term goals for the city’s future as well as policies to guide day-to-day decisions.
Implementation techniques, design guidelines and an action plan for the Desert Foothills area of Scottsdale, Arizona
A plan to promote and enhance the character of the Desert Foothills area by defining design guidelines that also address traditional concerns of the Scottsdale General Plan
Recommended amendments to the Scottsdale General Plan regarding the Cactus corridor area
A statement of the City of Scottsdale's plan for a functional network of 286 miles of non-motorized, unpaved, multi-use trails to respond to public needs.
A study of a sample of individuals who contacted the Scottsdale Convention and Visitors Bureau from April 2013 to March 2014, to determine their travel patterns (length of stay, activities during stay, trip spending, etc.) and demographics.
The approved budget for the City of Scottsdale, Arizona, including details of revenues and expenses by department, as well as details of capital improvements.
A report on the City of Scottsdale's financial position and activity, including independently audited financial statements.
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The ASU Digital Repository provides access to digital SALAD publications, however the ASU Libraries’ non-digitized Arizona documents can be searched through the ASU Libraries Catalog and Library One Search. For additional assistance, Ask A Government Documents Librarian.
Publications issued by the Morrison Institute for Public Programs at Arizona State University are available in the ASU Digital Repository Morrison Institute for Public Policy - Publications Archive collection.