ADOT to build “high-speed” path along 202 Freeway

Having ADOT agree to construct a 20′ wide “high speed” bike facility that will be six miles long with less than five street crossings (first of its kind in AZ, and maybe the whole country) could be part of a major sea change in Arizona. This is on par with the Hwy 179 re-construction between […]

Beane: ADOT needs to broaden its concept of transportation

Commentary by Coalition President Bob Beane, regarding the South Mountain Freeway, set to begin construction later this year.

letter: I-19 East Frontage Road, Request for Paved Shoulders North of Canoa Exit

Re: I-19 East Frontage Road, Request for Paved Shoulders North of Canoa Exit

letter: Western Canal Multi-Use Path Improvements at UPRR Crossing

Re: Western Canal Multi-Use Path Improvements at UPRR Crossing

letter: Phoenix Councilman Mattox – 31st Ave and Camelback Project

Letter: Phoenix Councilman Mattox-31st Ave and Camelback Project

letter: 19th Avenue Bikeway-Pedestrian Bridge and Multi-use Path

Re: 19th Avenue Bikeway-Pedestrian Bridge and Multi-use Path

letter: to Pima County officials regarding Tucson Mountain Park enforcement concerns

Re:to Pima County Officials regarding Tucson Mountain Park enforcement concerns

letter: Support for adding six foot wide shoulders in City of Tucson

re: Support for adding six foot wide shoulders in City of Tucson

Unacceptable bicycle lanes

The following letter was sent by the Coalition to Wylie Bearup, Street Transportation Director for the City of Phoenix concerning the bike facilities between 7th and 24th Street and the LIght Rail: Mr. Wylie Bearup, PE, PhD Street Transportation Director 200 West Washington Street, 6th Floor Phoenix, Arizona 85003-1611 RE: Washington and Jefferson Street bicycle […]