West Phoenix Transportation Study


About the Project

​Analyze the existing street network including mobility, transit, and active transportation networks (people walking and riding bicycles), using existing and future land use plans/development and the approved existing street classification map. Identify any gaps in these networks and recommend street, transit, and active transportation facilities and target years for construction based on projected transportation growth and land use in the area. The study recommendations will be consistent with the Road Safety Action Plan Vision Zero efforts, the Active Transportation Plan, and will facilitate future transit oriented development. 

Goals of the Project

Provide guidance on future street, zoning, and policy needs that will help create responsible land use, safe streets, and vibrant neighborhoods.

Project Schedule

Study will officially kick off in July 2022 and be completed in June 2023.

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Study Objectives

This study will inform the development and implementation of community and neighborhood transportation goals by identifying transportation facility and service improvements that enhance neighborhood character and safety by:

  • Providing a system that supports equitable and safe facilities for all users and transportation modes.
  • Comparing future roadway connectivity and capacity needs to existing roadway conditions and recommending safe, multimodal projects that enhance connectivity and neighborhood character.
  • Recommending sensible roadway widths, policies, projects, and procedures including preservation of the necessary rights-of-way to deliver properly-scaled land use planning and infrastructure enhancements.
  • Identifying ways to connect bicycle and pedestrian facilities safely and conveniently to existing and planned facilities in neighboring jurisdictions.
  • Identifying opportunities to enhance bicycle and pedestrian connectivity across Loop 101 by providing safe on-street and above grade improvements that connect neighborhoods.
  • Developing planning-level cost estimates and delivery timeframes into programming considerations for recommendation of short-, mid-, and long-term capital improvements.

Project Location

Area generally is bounded by: 113th Avenue, 99th Avenue, 91st Avenue, McDowell Road, Indian School Road, and the Grand Canal​.

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Project Survey

The West Phoenix Transportation Study survey is open through January 22, 2023. The goal of the survey is to obtain insight regarding how well the current study area multimodal transportation system serves all users. Survey results will also be used to identify transportation system deficiencies as well as areas for potential improvement, identification of capital improvement projects, and prioritization of improvement project recommendations.

Take the survey in English!Spanish survey coming soon!

​​Contact Information

Project Manager: Brian Fellows
Email: brian.fellows@phoenix.govPhone: (602) 534-2163

Street Transportation Title VI and ADA Program
Title VI Notice to the Public and ADA Policy Statement

The City of Phoenix Street Transportation Department hereby gives notice that it is the agency's policy to assure full compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title II of The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and related statutes and regulations in all program​​​​​​​s and activities. These federal statutes require that no person shall, on the grounds of race, color, or national origin, be excluded from the participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any program, activity or service the City of Phoenix Street Transportation Department administers. More information regarding the Title VI program can be found at Street Transportation Title VI and ADA Program or email  STR Title VI Program.​​​