UPDATE October 5, 2020:

Final Approved Striping Plans


UPDATE September 25, 2020:

Based upon further analysis and the community input received, the Street Transportation Department will not be moving forward with the proposed changes. Please click here for more information.


UPDATE September 1, 2020:

Thank you so much to everyone that participated in the virtual public meeting and provided input regarding this proposal. Your time and input is appreciated and valued. At this time, the Street Transportation Department is reviewing the feedback and will make a decision about the traffic lane striping in the coming weeks. This project is still scheduled to receive pavement maintenance this fall. Updates will be posted to this project webpage and distributed via mail to residents within 1/2 mile of the project and via email to those that supplied an email address when providing feedback.



7th Street, Peoria Avenue to Thunderbird Road
Proposed Lane Changes

We want to hear from YOU! Participate and have your voice heard by following the two quick steps outlined on this page by August 31, 2020.



​Step #1:

Watch a Short Video About the Proposed Traffic Lane Changes

Watch the video below and provide input before August 31, 2020.

If you require reasonable accommodations for this process, please contact our Project Hotline at 623-825-3444.

This information can be made available in an alternate format upon request by calling 602-262-6284 (TTY: Use 711).

​Step #2:

Fill Out A Short Survey

Click here to be taken to the survey if it does not load on this page.

​Project Timeline

August 11-31, 2020

Collect Public Input


Early September 2020

Review of Feedback/Decision Making


Late September/Fall 2020

Public Notification of Decision,

Project Re-Paving Followed by Striping (weather and extenuating circumstances permitting)

Proposed Lane Changes



We welcome and value your questions! Reach out to the project team at bike@phoenix.gov or 623-825-3444.

Call the Project HotlineEmail the Project Team

Note: When you submit an email, it falls under the city's public records policy which states that the email message is: (1) subject to public disclosure under the Public Records Law, (2) is not private or confidential and (3) is retained for 90 days. 

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