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Date Range
1997 2017


In 1992 Graham County conducted a transportation study for the Gila Valley Region. This study prepared a long-range transportation plan and a transportation improvement program. Many of the improvements have been completed. The purpose of this study is to update the 1992 transportation plan and to address the current issues within the area.

Contributors
Lima and Associates, Trueline Engineering, Graham County (Ariz.), et al.
Created Date
1998-12

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 purpose of this guidebook is to serve as a reference tool to provide tribal governments and tribal planning departments assistance in understanding the transportation planning and programming processes and how to work with ADOT to receive positive benefits. Specifically, this guidebook discusses the ADOT statewide, regional and rural area transportation planning process.

Contributors
Arizona. Department of Transportation, Jacobs Engineering Group
Created Date
2012-01

The State Highway System includes 6,801 route miles of roadway and of this about 88% of the system's roadways are situated within rural areas with the remainder in urban areas. The System also includes 1,324 miles or 20% that traverse Native Nation/Tribal lands. In addition, there are 20 airports maintained and operated by the Native Nation/Tribal Governments.

Contributors
Arizona. Transportation Planning Division
Created Date
2007/2014

The Board has broad authority to plan and develop Arizona’s highways, airports, and other state transportation facilities. In addition to these general policy responsibilities the Board is responsible for development and oversight of the State’s Five-Year Transportation Facilities Construction Program and for policy and rule making.

Contributors
Arizona. State Transportation Board
Created Date
2003-08-15

The purpose of the Arizona Update of the Colorado River Regional Transportation Study was to update the Arizona portion of the 1993 Colorado River Regional Transportation Study. The study was conducted by the Arizona Department of Transportation in cooperation with Bullhead City and Mohave County. For this study, Bullhead City and Mohave County collected traffic volume data and information on the current population and employment.

Contributors
Lima and Associates, Arizona. Department of Transportation
Created Date
1998-05

The need for a Short Range Transit Plan arose due to recent changes in state funding availability as well as decreasing ridership. Members of the advisory committee represented the Arizona Department of Transportation, the Southern Nevada Transit Coalition, Fort Mojave Indian Tribe, and Western Arizona Council of Governments.

Contributors
Moore & Associates, Inc., Arizona. Transportation Planning Division
Created Date
2014-01

This transportation plan includes an assessment of the City’s streets, bridges, sidewalks, public stairs, shared-use pathways, transit, public parking, airport, and transportation-related drainage facilities. The transportation plan also includes an implementation plan that sets forth a comprehensive capital improvement program to bring the transportation infrastructure up to current standards and to provide an acceptable level of service for current and forecast travel demands.

Contributors
Wilbur Smith Associates, Bisbee (Ariz.), Arizona. Department of Transportation
Created Date
2012-02-20

The Planning and Environmental Linkage process seeks to develop subarea and corridor studies. This document has been developed to provide guidance, particularly to transportation planners and environmental planners, regarding how to most effectively link the transportation planning and National Environmental Policy processes.

Contributors
Wilson & Company, Coolidge (Ariz.), Arizona. Multimodal Planning Division, et al.
Created Date
2014-01

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