​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Phoenix Key Corridors Master Plan

Key Corridors Master Plan​

The Key Corridors Master Plan (KCMP) is a City initiative to change the way we look at our transportation system and the needs of the people who use it. Our City is changing rapidly – more people and businesses are moving here every day, neighborhoods and activity areas are being created, and people’s travel patterns are changing. T​he KCMP provides guidance ​for creating complete transportation networks to accommodate the many ways that people travel on our street system. ​

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This web page is your resource for using the KCMP

process and links to select the appropriate context 

sensitive roadway cross-section for your project.



Our most vulnerable road users require special care to keep them safe as they travel
Bicyclists are safest when dedicated and connected paths and lanes are provided for them.
It is essential to create a well-balanced transportation network that allows vehicles to travel efficiently, while safely sharing streets.
Public transportation connects people to homes, schools, jobs, and many other important destinations.
Trucks and other large vehicles move people, goods, and services through our city.

How The KCMP Was Developed​​

​1. Learned From Previous Work​​

network illustration

Coordinated and synchronized with more than fifty other City and MAG major studies. 


 

2. Planned and Created Travel

Networks

Using the previous studies and data, recommend balanced networks that appropriately accommodate all transportation modes no matter which mode you use.


 


 

​3. Identified Missing Pieces and Challenges

Identified the gaps and deficiencies and recommend solutions for improving corridors, so that each major transportation mode has its own safe and efficient way to travel as part of the overall balanced network.

4. Integrate With Street Planning and Design Manual (SPDM)


KCMP recommends street typologies that define street types, function, and street elements, while the SPDM utilizes information from the KCMP to create street cross sections standards, di​mensional criteria, and other engineering criteria.​​



 

​​Using the KCMP

​​Follow these sequential steps:

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​COMING SOON - Use the following​ links and documents corresponding to the above numbers:


​1.  Roadway Functional Classification map

2. KCMP Key Corridors map

3. KCMP Complete Networks maps

​3.1  Download Bicycle Network (PDF)

3.2 Download Freight Network (PDF)

3.3 Download Pedestrian Network (PDF)

3.4 Download Transit Network (PDF)

3.5 Download Vehicle Network (PDF)


 

4. Download KCMP Cross-Sections​

​​​4​.1 Download Major Arterial street - Transit Emphasis (PDF)

4.2 Download Major Arterial street - Vehicle Emphasis (PDF)​

​4.3 Download Major Arterial street - Freight Emphasis (PDF)

​4.4 Download Major Arterial street - Vehicle/Freight Emphasis With Enhanced Pedestrian Facilities (PDF)

​4.5 Download Major Arterial street - Vehicle/Freight Emphasis With Enhanced Bicycle Facilities (PDF)

​4.6 Download Arterial street - Transit Emphasis (PDF)

​4.7 Download Arterial street - Vehicle Emphasis (PDF)

​4.8 Download Arterial street - Freight Emphasis (PDF)

​4.9 Download Arterial street - Vehicle/Freight Emphasis With Enhanced Pedestrian Facilities (PDF)

​4.10 Download Arterial street - Vehicle/Freight Emphasis With Enhanced Bicycle Facilities (PDF)

​4.11 Download Collector street - Pedestrian Emphasis (PDF)

​4.12 Download Collector street - Bicycle Emphasis (PDF)

​4.13 Download Minor Collector street - Pedestrian Emphasis (PDF)

​4.14 Download Minor Collector street - Bicycle Emphasis (PDF)

​4.15 Download Local street - Pedestrian Emphasis (PDF)

​​4.16 Download Local street - Bicycle Emphasis (PDF)


 

    ​5. ​​​Street Planning and Design Manual​ (coming soon)


 


 

Additional KCMP Information

​Study Fact Sheet (PDF)​

Stakeholder Meetings Summary (PDF)


 


 

C​ontact

​​Please direct your questions and concerns to:


Brian Fellows​
Principal Planner
Email​
Phone: ​(602) 534-2163


 

This information was updated on 8/7/2020​​​