Shoulder access to South Mountain Freeway

ADOT recently completed and opened the South Mountain Freeway in late 2019; which was heralded — rightly so — as a great accomplishment that will provide a much needed connection between the communities of Ahwatukee and Laveen, or more broadly a direct connection between South East and West Valley, bringing for example enhanced employment opportunities. […]

Misleading sign on Ramsey Canyon Road has been corrected

[be sure to see update, below]To: Cochise County Highway Department When riding Ramsey Canyon Road from Hwy 92 to the Nature Conservancy there is a sign 350 feet before the multi-use path from Stafford Ln to the multi-use path on the South side of Ramsey Canyon Road leading to the parking lot at Brown Canyon […]

Tempe: College Ave bike treatments S of US60

Please, no door zone bike lanes.

Letter: Tempe to consider updating local ordinance for bicyclist right-of-way

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

[UPDATE to this article which was initially written in 2017, see comments below; path is nearing completion as we approach Summer of 2020] 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 […]

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