Active Transportation Plan

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Project Background 

The City of Phoenix Active Transportation Plan is intended to build from and support existing plans and initiatives, including the Vision Zero Road Safety Action Plan, Climate Action Plan, Complete Streets Policy and the Phoenix General Plan, among others. 

Learn about the Vision Zero Road Safety Action Plan


The Active Transportation Plan will build off successes from those initiatives and identify specific barriers around walking, biking and rolling in Phoenix. The plan will include design guides supported by national best practice research, and what is already being implemented on the ground in Phoenix. The development of the plan is currently in progress.​


​Plan Timeline​

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Continous Progress

The city continues to make progress since developing the 2014 Bike Master Plan and has implemented hundreds of miles of bike lanes since its adoption. Phoenix is moving into the next phase of active transportation implementation by considering safety and comfort in design through the use of buffered and protected infrastructure. This is reflected in recently completed projects, such as the 3rd Avenue two-way protected bike lane and the 5th Avenue protected bike lane. 

Elements of those recently completed projects include:

  • Shade structures for pedestrians
  • Stormwater drainage modifications
  • Traffic signal safety improvements
  • Conventional and protected bike lanes

The photos below show the addition of a two-way protected bike lane along 3rd Avenue from Roosevelt Street to McDowell Road.
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Draft Active Transportation Plan 

​The document, in its initial draft form, is available to be reviewed by the community. ​Please read the document in its entirety before taking the survey that is linked below. 

On Monday, December 5 at 6 p.m.​, participate in a live virtual public meeting via Webex to discuss the draft with the project team. 

View the DRAFT Ac​tive Transportation Plan


Draft Review Survey​

The draft review survey is an important tool that will be used to gather feedback about the draft plan and recommendations. 

The survey questions provide residents an opportunity to weigh in on the recommended policies, design guidance and the network development approach. 

The survey will take approximately 5 minutes to complete and all answers will be anonymous. 

Take the s​urvey in English
Tome la encuesta Español


​Contact Us

Questions? Want to follow the development of the plan? Contact us!

bike@phoenix.gov​​​​​​​
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Sign Up for More Information

Subscribe to the Active Transportation Program e-mail list to receive updates from the Street Transportation Department about walking, biking, and using e-scooters and other micromobility devices in Phoenix. ​ 

Active Transportation Projects 

To learn more about other ongoing active transportation plan projects, follow the links below: