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Public Meetings and Community Engagement1596https://www.phoenix.gov/streetssite/MediaAssets/Sliders/Public Meetings.jpgPublic Meetings and Community Engagement/streets/meetingshttps://www.phoenix.gov/streetssite/MediaAssets/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=1596 ​​View a listing of upcoming and recently held public meetings, and learn how to provide input during the project planning phase. 0x0101009148F5A04DDD49CBA7127AADA5FB792B00AADE34325A8B49CDA8BB4DB53328F21400A535689771E4A24596AA903C7D68DDAEImage
We're Paving More Than Ever Before!1597https://www.phoenix.gov/streetssite/MediaAssets/Sliders/Pavement.jpgWe're Paving More Than Ever Before!/streets/acceleratedhttps://www.phoenix.gov/streetssite/MediaAssets/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=1597 Check out the Interactive Pavement Maintenance Dashboard to see a listing of completed and planned pavement maintenance projects. 0x0101009148F5A04DDD49CBA7127AADA5FB792B00AADE34325A8B49CDA8BB4DB53328F21400A535689771E4A24596AA903C7D68DDAEImage
Street Closures and Restrictions1599https://www.phoenix.gov/streetssite/MediaAssets/Sliders/Street Closures Map.jpgStreet Closures and Restrictions/streets/street-closureshttps://www.phoenix.gov/streetssite/MediaAssets/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=1599 ​​Plan ahead! View the map to see current, planned and emergency street closures in the City of Phoenix. 0x0101009148F5A04DDD49CBA7127AADA5FB792B00AADE34325A8B49CDA8BB4DB53328F21400A535689771E4A24596AA903C7D68DDAEImage
Community Engagement Survey1626https://www.phoenix.gov/streetssite/MediaAssets/Sliders/Community Engagement Survey.jpgCommunity Engagement Survey/streets/meetingshttps://www.phoenix.gov/streetssite/MediaAssets/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=1626 ​Take the survey to help us better understand how you prefer to participate in public meetings in the future - virtual, in-person or a hybrid of both. ​ 0x0101009148F5A04DDD49CBA7127AADA5FB792B00AADE34325A8B49CDA8BB4DB53328F21400A535689771E4A24596AA903C7D68DDAEImage
Reverse Traffic Lanes Study1622https://www.phoenix.gov/streetssite/MediaAssets/Sliders/Reverse Traffic Lanes Study.jpgReverse Traffic Lanes Study/streets/projects/7th-street-and-7th-avenue-reverse-laneshttps://www.phoenix.gov/streetssite/MediaAssets/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=1622 ​In December 2021, a planning and operations study of the reverse traffic lanes on 7th Street and 7th Avenue was finalized. Read the study and learn more about the recommendations.​ 0x0101009148F5A04DDD49CBA7127AADA5FB792B00AADE34325A8B49CDA8BB4DB53328F21400A535689771E4A24596AA903C7D68DDAEImage
Cool Pavement Program1623https://www.phoenix.gov/streetssite/MediaAssets/Sliders/Cool Pavement Program.jpgCool Pavement Program/streets/coolpavementhttps://www.phoenix.gov/streetssite/MediaAssets/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=1623 ​Phoenix is testing the use of a cool pavement seal coat at select locations citywide. Learn more about this initiative and how it may offset the urban heat island effect.​ 0x0101009148F5A04DDD49CBA7127AADA5FB792B00AADE34325A8B49CDA8BB4DB53328F21400A535689771E4A24596AA903C7D68DDAEImage
Always Stop On Red!1624https://www.phoenix.gov/streetssite/MediaAssets/Sliders/Always Stop On Red PSA.jpgAlways Stop On Red!https://youtu.be/LYMtwQWUvFwhttps://www.phoenix.gov/streetssite/MediaAssets/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=1624 ​Whether you’re at a pedestrian crossing signal, traffic signal, stop sign or railroad crossing...RED means STOP...always!​ 0x0101009148F5A04DDD49CBA7127AADA5FB792B00AADE34325A8B49CDA8BB4DB53328F21400A535689771E4A24596AA903C7D68DDAEImage
Vision Zero Road Safety Action Plan1637https://www.phoenix.gov/streetssite/MediaAssets/Sliders/RSAP slider.jpgVision Zero Road Safety Action Plan/streets/roadsafetyhttps://www.phoenix.gov/streetssite/MediaAssets/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=1637 On September 7, 2022, City Council unanimously approved a comprehensive Vision Zero Road Safety Action Plan and allocated $10M in annual funding to implement it. 0x0101009148F5A04DDD49CBA7127AADA5FB792B00AADE34325A8B49CDA8BB4DB53328F21400A535689771E4A24596AA903C7D68DDAEImage

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Ceremonial Street Signs Installed to Honor Dr. Warren H. Stewart, Sr. https://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/street-transportation/2494Street Transportation9/23/2022 6:30:00 PMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/2494/Pastor Stewart sign installation.jpgCeremonial Street Signs Installed to Honor Dr. Warren H. Stewart, Sr. <div class="ExternalClass8B89AEE2D68D4E0CB23DDA3F19FF059B"><html> <p>​In partnership with First Institutional Baptist Church, the Phoenix Street Transportation Department on Friday unveiled and dedicated ceremonial street signs at the intersection of 12th and Jefferson streets that honor Dr. Warren H. Stewart, Sr., the church's the long-time senior pastor and a prominent community activist. The ceremonial signs are mounted on the intersection's northeast and southwest traffic signal poles to designate the location as Dr. Warren H. Stewart, Sr. Way.<br></p><p>WATCH: <span id="ms-rterangepaste-start"></span><a href="/newsroom/street-transportation/2496" target="_blank">Ceremonial Street Signs Installed for Dr. Warren H. Stewart, Sr. Way</a><span id="ms-rterangepaste-end"></span><br></p> <p> Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego, Vice Mayor and District 4 Councilmember Laura Pastor, and District 8 Councilmember Carlos Garcia joined a host of church and community leaders to give remarks and celebrate the installation of the signs. <br></p> <p> Dr. Stewart, Sr. has served as senior pastor of First Institutional Baptist Church since 1977 and is a community activist who advocates for the spiritual, social and economic needs of the community. He is known for preaching and teaching "Jesus is Justice" in 38 states and 51 countries, and is the recipient of numerous awards recognizing his contributions to the community. <a target="_blank" href="https://www.fibcaz.org/drwarrenhstewartsr">Read a complete biography about Dr. Warren H. Stewart, Sr.</a></p> <p> Phoenix follows a <a target="_blank" href="/streetssite/Documents/Ceremonial_Street_Sign_Procedure.pdf">Ceremonial Street Sign Procedure</a> to honor landmarks and people of historical significance. The signs feature a blue background with white lettering. The requesting organization or individual is responsible for the fabrication, installation, maintenance and repair of ceremonial signs, which require City Council approval. The Street Transportation Department fabricates and installs all of the city's street name, speed limit and traffic control signs. </p><p><span id="ms-rterangepaste-start"></span>Installation of the signs was approved by City Council during its Formal Meeting on August 31, 2022.<span id="ms-rterangepaste-end"></span><br></p> </html></div>https://www.phoenix.gov/streetsNewsstreet-transportation
Ceremonial Street Signs Installed for Dr. Warren H. Stewart, Sr. Wayhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/street-transportation/2496Street Transportation9/23/2022 6:00:00 PMhttps://youtu.be/JRbxN9iulRMCeremonial Street Signs Installed for Dr. Warren H. Stewart, Sr. Way<div class="ExternalClass048B89C38FB4453CB7A8A55952CED15F"><html> <p>​On Friday, in partnership with First Institutional Baptist Church, the Phoenix Street Transportation Department unveiled and dedicated ceremonial street signs at the intersection of 12th and Jefferson streets that honor Dr. Warren H. Stewart, Sr., the church's the long-time senior pastor and a prominent community activist.<br></p> <p>READ MORE: <a href="/newsroom/street-transportation/2494" target="_blank">Ceremonial Street Signs Installed to Honor Dr. Warren H. Stewart, Sr.</a><br></p> <p>Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego, Vice Mayor and District 4 Councilmember Laura Pastor, and District 8 Councilmember Carlos Garcia joined a host of church and community leaders to give remarks and celebrate the installation of the signs.<br></p> <p> <span style="font-family:hind, "open sans", sans-serif;font-size:16px;"></span> </p> <div> <p>The commemorative sign was approved by City Council during its Formal Meeting on August 31, 2022.<br></p> </div> </html></div>https://www.phoenix.gov/streetsVideostreet-transportation
City Council Approves Vision Zero Road Safety Action Planhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/street-transportation/2473Street Transportation9/7/2022 11:30:00 PMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/2473/SafetyImage1.pngCity Council Approves Vision Zero Road Safety Action Plan<div class="ExternalClass1B692B65542D4B2CB794E4C136A318AD"><html> <p>​​The Phoenix City Council <span id="ms-rterangepaste-start"></span>unanimously<span id="ms-rterangepaste-end"></span> approved during its Wednesday meeting a comprehensive Vision Zero Road Safety Action Plan and the allocation of $10 million in annual funding for its implementation.​<br></p> <p>Traffic fatalities have increased in Phoenix over many years, and the Road Safety Action Plan creates a data-driven, decision-making process to identify and prioritize transportation safety improvements by using 41 actionable strategies. </p> <p>The goal of the Plan is to reduce the num​ber of traffic fatalities and serious injuries in Phoenix to zero by 2050, and connects with the Vision Zero philosophy that those types of incidents are preventable. The Plan also incorporates the Five E's of Traffic Safety: Evaluation, Engineering, Enforcement, Education and Equity.<br></p> <p>"My commitment to the people of Phoenix is to make our roadways safer, whether you're on foot, on a bike, or in a car," said Mayor Kate Gallego. "The action plan approved today places the city in a much better position to access federal dollars that will amplify our investment, making it possible to bring new safety infrastructure to even more of our neighborhoods."<br></p> <p>In addition to its 41 strategies, the Road Safety Action Plan also identifies a series of 31 performance measures linked to meeting the 2050 goal of zero traffic fatalities. Those benchmarks include a 25 percent reduction in traffic deaths by 2027 and a 65 percent reduction by 2035.</p> <p>"The Vision Zero Road Safety Action Plan is the outcome of concerted efforts from staff in multiple city departments, experts in traffic design and technology, and external partners who listened to and discussed the needs of the community," said Debra Stark, District 3 Councilwoman and chair of the City Council Transportation, Infrastructure and Planning Subcommittee. "The Plan not only calls for safer and more reliable infrastructure and updated technology; it also incorporates effective enforcement, data analysis and ongoing public education to deliver a well-rounded approach to achieving road safety."<br></p> <p>Wednesday's City Council decision also approved formation of a Vision Zero Community Advisory Committee, which will provide feedback and recommendations regarding how the Plan is facilitated. The committee will consist of 11 members of the public, appointed by the Mayor and City Council members, who will receive quarterly updates about the implementation of the Plan.</p> <p>The Road Safety Action Plan is a culmination of an extensive planning effort that included a detailed five-year crash analysis (2016-2020), and a two-phase public engagement process that resulted in more than 5,000 comments from residents about roadway safety.</p> <p>"Developing and implementing a comprehensive Road Safety Action Plan is the top priority of the department," said Street Transportation Director Kini Knudson. "I'm grateful for the support of Mayor Gallego and the City Council toward this critical initiative. I'd also like to acknowledge the focused work of my staff and consultants in developing it. Improving roadway safety is a community effort and the Street Transportation Department has dedicated itself to the task of reversing recent trends and improving safety for all."<br></p> <p>The $10 million in annual funding to implement the Plan comes from $3 million allocated from the city's general fund, $2 million from Transportation 2050 (T2050) and $5 million from the Highway User Revenue Fund (HURF).</p> <p>In March 2021, City Council unanimously approved funding for development of the Plan, and in January 2022 approved to incorporate the goals of Vision Zero into it. </p> <p>The approved Vision Zero Road Safety Action Plan can be viewed by visiting <a target="_blank" href="/streets/roadsafety">Phoenix.gov/RoadSafety</a>.​<br></p> </html></div>https://www.phoenix.gov/streetsNewsstreet-transportation


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Live Virtual Public Meeting: 32nd Street from Cheryl to Chollahttps://www.phoenix.gov/calendar/streets/4388Live Virtual Public Meeting: 32nd Street from Cheryl to ChollaWebex10/21/2022 1:00:00 AM10/21/2022 2:00:00 AMGP0|#d685b0d9-f78b-48e2-a50e-d6f2b7a0c595;L0|#0d685b0d9-f78b-48e2-a50e-d6f2b7a0c595|Street Transportation;GTSet|#517b07ab-dd83-4937-994c-c703834583f1;GPP|#c91454cd-5b28-4d66-bc01-17d32298aa9b ​The City of Phoenix is in the early stages of making pedestrian and other safety improvements to the North 32nd Street Corridor from East Cheryl Drive to East Cholla Street. A live virtual meeting is scheduled for ​Thursday, October 20 at 600 p.m. via Webex to share the updated design after the latest round of public input. A video recording of the meeting will be posted to the project website about 72 hours after the meeting ends. Visit the project webpage for more information and to register for the meeting phoenix.gov/streets/​North32ndStreet . ​ Learn about other upcoming Street Transportation Department public meetings, project updates or ongoing public engagement surveys Phoenix.gov/Streets/Meetings​ . No
Live Virtual Public Meeting: 56th Street from Thomas to Camelback Corridor Improvementshttps://www.phoenix.gov/calendar/streets/4389Live Virtual Public Meeting: 56th Street from Thomas to Camelback Corridor ImprovementsWebex10/26/2022 1:00:00 AM10/26/2022 2:00:00 AMGP0|#d685b0d9-f78b-48e2-a50e-d6f2b7a0c595;L0|#0d685b0d9-f78b-48e2-a50e-d6f2b7a0c595|Street Transportation;GTSet|#517b07ab-dd83-4937-994c-c703834583f1;GPP|#c91454cd-5b28-4d66-bc01-17d32298aa9b ​The Phoenix Street Transportation Department welcomes the community and stakeholders to attend a meeting about the design phase of the 56th Street project between Thomas and Camelback roads. A live virtual meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, October 25 at 600 p.m. via Webex. Registration is required and a video recording of the meeting will be posted about 72 hours after the meeting. Visit the project website for more information and to register for the meeting phoenix.gov/streets/56thStreet ​. No