32nd Street: Cheryl Drive to Cholla Street

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​About the Project

The City of Phoenix is in the early stages of making pedestrian and other safety improvements to the North 32nd Street Corridor. The current study previously focused on North 32nd Street between East Shea Boulevard and East Cholla Street. After public input, the limits of the project have expanded to include North 32nd Street from East Cheryl Drive to East Cholla Street. This effort will include evaluating the following alternatives:

  • Right ​sizing the roadway for current and anticipated traffic volumes

  • Widening sidewalks for pedestrian safety

  • Reconfiguring dedicated bike lanes

  • Increasing the landscape elements along the corridor

Construction of State Route 51 resulted in a corresponding decrease in traffic volume along this portion of 32nd Street. This allowed the city to study ways to enhance the safety of the road, while contributing to a more vibrant community along the North 32nd Street Corridor. 

Constraints such as overhead power lines on the western side, existing water and sewer lines, high pressure gas lines and other infrastructure will influence the design options for this area.

​​​Public Input Opportunity

A video recording of the October 20, 2022 virtual public meeting is posted on the right side of this page. Please view the video and answer the project survey below. We value your input.

October 2022 Roll PlotOctober 2022 Public Art SurveyOctober 2022 Project Survey
​​​Timeline

Final project design is anticipated to begin in April 2022. Construction is scheduled to start in September 2023, following completion of the Water Services Department Drought Pipeline Project.

 

Project Contact

For additional information, please contact: 

John Dickson, Project Manager
602-495-3697
john.dickson@phoenix.gov


Updated October 2022​​​

 Virtual Meeting No. 3 - Oct 20, 2022

 Virtual Meeting No. 2 - Feb. 17, 2022

 Virtual Meeting No. 1 - May 11, 2021

​Map of Project AreaMap of project area