Campbell Avenue from 67th to 59th Avenues

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​​​​​​​​​​Project Update Notice - May 2024

About the Project​

A future paving project along Campbell Avenue from 67th to 59th avenues provides an opportunity for the Phoenix Street Transportation Department to review restriping options that would better accommodate the needs of all roadway users. This is a residential corridor that includes two school campuses.

The number of travel lanes will remain the same, but proposed options would remove parking to add bike lanes or buffered bike lanes where they don't currently exist.

Pavement maintenance (new asphalt) is scheduled for summer/fall 2024, and restriping would happen shortly after paving was completed.​​

Proposed Changes​

The department is proposing the following for this corridor:

  • From 67th Avenue to east of 65th Drive: Narrow travel lanes and remove parking from one side of the street to add a bike lane. Parking would be maintained from east of 65th Drive to 63rd Avenue.
  • From 63rd Avenue to 59th Avenue: Add a parking lane to one side of the street and remove parking from the other side. Currently, parking is allowed in existing bike lanes from 6 p.m. to 7 a.m. on weekdays and all day on weekends.
  • For both segments: There is an option to remove all parking and add buffered bike lanes. 

Scroll down to view cross-section diagrams that show the current street design and proposed street design.

The proposed bike lanes would connect to Campbell Avenue at 59th Avenue. 

Buffered bike lanes add space between people driving and people walking or biking for increased protection from vehicles, improved safety and added comfort. Additionally, the visual narrowing of the lane widths to accommodate bike lanes will help guide cars and deter speeding.


 Virtual Public Meeting - Jan. 31, 2024

Community Engagement

The video recording of the virtual public meeting viewable above was hosted via Webex on January 31, 2024 at 6 p.m., to present an update to the community.​

An online survey for community members to provide input was available in English and Spanish from Janua​ry 31 to March 1, 2024. Thank you to those who participated.​​

​​Proposed Design Diagrams

Existing Conditions - Option A Design Diagram
Proposed Option B Design Diagram
Proposed Option C Design Diagram


Contact the Project Team​

Email bike@phoenix.gov to submit a question to the project team.​​​


 Proposed Travel Lanes

O​​ption A: No Changes

67th Ave to E/O 65th Dr                                              E/O 65th Dr to 63rd Ave                                                63rd Ave to 59th Ave      

  

Parking is allowed in existing bike lanes on weekdays from 6 p.m. to 7 a.m.​ 

​​Option B: Parking and Bike Lanes​

                        ​67th Ave to E/O 65th Dr                                             E/O 65th Dr to 63rd Ave                                                 63rd Ave to 59th Ave

   

​​Option C: Buffered Bike Lanes

                   67th Ave to E/O 65th Dr                                                 E/O 65th Dr to 63rd Ave                                                 63rd Ave to 59th Ave