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Public Meetings and Community Engagement1596 Meetings.jpgPublic Meetings and Community Engagement/streets/meetings ​​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!1597're Paving More Than Ever Before!/streets/accelerated Check out the Interactive Pavement Maintenance Dashboard to see a listing of completed and planned pavement maintenance projects. 0x0101009148F5A04DDD49CBA7127AADA5FB792B00AADE34325A8B49CDA8BB4DB53328F21400A535689771E4A24596AA903C7D68DDAEImage
Street Closures and Restrictions1599 Closures Map.jpgStreet Closures and Restrictions/streets/street-closures ​​Plan ahead! View the map to see current, planned and emergency street closures in the City of Phoenix. 0x0101009148F5A04DDD49CBA7127AADA5FB792B00AADE34325A8B49CDA8BB4DB53328F21400A535689771E4A24596AA903C7D68DDAEImage
Community Engagement Survey1626 Engagement Survey.jpgCommunity Engagement Survey/streets/meetings ​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 Study1622 Traffic Lanes Study.jpgReverse Traffic Lanes Study/streets/projects/7th-street-and-7th-avenue-reverse-lanes ​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 Program1623 Pavement Program.jpgCool Pavement Program/streets/coolpavement ​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
Active Transportation Plan1676 slider (3).pngActive Transportation Plan/streets/atp Phoenix is ​developing an Active Transportation Plan, which will improve walking, biking and rolling citywide. 0x0101009148F5A04DDD49CBA7127AADA5FB792B00AADE34325A8B49CDA8BB4DB53328F21400A535689771E4A24596AA903C7D68DDAEImage
Vision Zero Road Safety Action Plan1637 slider.jpgVision Zero Road Safety Action Plan/streets/roadsafety In September 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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Cool Pavement Program Hits 100-Mile Mark Transportation6/6/2023 6:30:00 PM mile cool pavement event.jpgCool Pavement Program Hits 100-Mile Mark<div class="ExternalClass073A194E4BB94E329D0484668106309D"><html> <p>​​The Phoenix Street Transportation Department has applied the innovative cool pavement seal coat to 100 miles of city streets. Mayor Kate Gallego, and Vice Mayor and District 7 Councilwoman Yassamin Ansari joined with community members, media and city staff to celebrate the milestone on Tuesday in Estrella.<br></p><p>The most recent neighborhood streets to receive the cool seal coating are located in the area bordered by Lower Buckeye Road and Durango Street between 83rd and 79th avenues. That area accounts for approximately five miles of local roadway and crews are working on the application process this week.</p><p>Phoenix's Cool Pavement Program started in 2020. During the last four years, the cool seal coating has been applied to the streets in dozens of neighborhoods citywide and the parking lot of Esteban Park. </p><p>Street Transportation Department staff and Arizona State University researchers have partnered to analyze the impact cool pavement has on the urban heat island effect. Testing has proven a 10.5 to 12 degree Fahrenheit surface temperature difference in the midday and afternoon hours, and that surface temperatures at sunrise averaged 2.4 degrees lower.</p><p>Additionally, the durability of the coating, which acts as sunscreen for the pavement, is being studied to learn if it will lengthen the maintenance life of the pavement surface. Testing to date shows the core temperature of the asphalt is lower, which could lead to a long-term cost efficiency for pavement maintenance.</p><p>Also celebrated on Tuesday was that the cool pavement seal coat is produced locally by manufacturer GuardTop, which in 2017 opened a 120,000-square-foot production facility near downtown Phoenix. Since 2022, the company has exclusively produced the cool pavement material at that facility, which is its Sustainability Hub. In addition to supplying the product to the City of Phoenix, it is shipped to locations domestically and internationally, including Australia, Canada, Singapore and the United Arab Emirates.</p><p>The cool pavement coating is a water-based, non-toxic, recyclable product that bonds to asphalt.</p><p>To learn more about Phoenix's Cool Pavement Program, visit <a target="_blank" href="/streets/coolpavement"></a>. ​</p><br></html></div>
City Council Approves Plan to Expand Bike Lane Miles, Improve Transportation Network Transportation5/31/2023 11:00:00 PM St-5.jpgCity Council Approves Plan to Expand Bike Lane Miles, Improve Transportation Network<div class="ExternalClassAE65D6EA47014DEB8C1309EC5774FCD5"><html> <p>​​Phoenix City Council unanimously approved on Wednesday an Active Transportation Plan that will guide expansion of bike lane miles and improvements to the citywide transportation network. The plan is an update to the city's Bicycle Master Plan that was approved by City Council in 2014, and connects to <a href="/newsroom/street-transportation/2473" target="_blank">the comprehensive Vision Zero Road Safety Action Plan that City Council approved in 2022</a>.<br></p><p>Active transportation is defined as walking, bicycling or rolling, and includes the use of micromobility vehicles such as e-scooters. By designing roadways to be inclusive of those forms of active travel this plan will help improve safety and connectivity, and give people choices about how they move around the community.<br></p><p>A key component to the Active Transportation Plan is a strategy to help Phoenix meet a commitment to add 1,080 new bike lane miles by 2050, which is a benchmark of the <a href="/t2050" target="_blank">Transportation 2050 Plan</a> (T2050) that was approved by voters in 2015.</p><p>As outlined in the Active Transportation Plan, the Street Transportation Department will work in each of Phoenix's urban villages to develop an expanded network of bike lanes. The work will be done with two urban villages per year to create the plan and schedule installation of the bike lanes within two years, and as funding is available. That is anticipated to take approximate 10 years, and the urban villages will be prioritized based on equity and the individual village workload. The process will also identify potential larger projects that would require longer planning timelines and additional funding.<br></p><p>The Active Transportation Plan also includes a reference manual for city staff and consultants about how to design streets for active transportation usage. The manual includes current industry best practices and takes into consideration design challenges that are unique to Phoenix.</p><p>To read the complete Active Transportation Plan, and learn more about the Street Transportation Department's Active Transportation Program, visit <a href="/streets/activetransportation" target="_blank"></a>.</p><p>The Phoenix Street Transportation Department receives $2 million annually in Bicycle Master Plan funding from the Highway Users Revenue Fund, which will be used to implement the Active Transportation Plan.</p> </html></div>
Hundreds Ride in Bike to Work Day Event Transportation4/19/2023 6:00:00 PM to work day 2023.jpgHundreds Ride in Bike to Work Day Event<div class="ExternalClass846168C7CC374B87BBA0177D5EDFF380"><html> <p>​Several hundred bicyclists celebrated Bike to Work Day on Wednesday by taking part in a group ride from uptown to downtown. The 3.73-mile ride started at 7 a.m. at Park Central and ended about 30 minutes later at Phoenix City Hall Plaza.</p> <p>At the downtown finish line reception, the riders were treated to free breakfast food and a prize drawing, and heard brief remarks from Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego, Vice Mayor and District 7 Councilwoman Yassamin Ansari, and Maricopa County Supervisor Clint Hickman. Vice Mayor Ansari also participated in the group ride. <br></p> <p>April is Valley Bike Month and the City of Phoenix, Maricopa County and Valley Metro partnered to host today's event. All month, visit <a href="" target="_blank">​</a> to log miles and participate in contests.​ The annual Bike to Work Day event and Valley Bike Month encourages using alternative modes of transportation to improve air quality, reduce traffic and improve overall well-being. <br></p> <p>More information about biking in Phoenix is available on the Phoenix Street Transportation Department's Active Transportation webpage: <a href="/streets/activetransportation" target="_blank"></a>.<br></p> </html></div>

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Live Virtual Public Meeting: Hatcher Road from Central Avenue to 12th Street Virtual Public Meeting: Hatcher Road from Central Avenue to 12th StreetWebex6/16/2023 1:00:00 AM6/16/2023 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 is proposing an update that would add continuous bike lanes ​along Hatcher Road from Central Avenue to 12th Street.​ The proposed changes also would impact parking, traffic calming (vertical flex posts) and one driving lane along certain sections of the corridor​.​ A live virtual public meeting is scheduled for ​​June 15​ at 6 p.m. via Webex to discuss the project and proposed changes.​​​​ Visit the project webpage for more information and to register for the meeting Registration is required. A video recording of the meeting will be posted on the project webpage after June 15. Learn about other upcoming Street Transportation Department public meetings, project updates or ongoing public engagement surveys​​ ​ No