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You Can Help Improve Your Communities Bicycle Network

A number of Arizona communities recently passed initiatives to expand transportation infrastructure including improving bicycle facilities. In addition, there is proposed federal legislation that would make additional moneys available for expanding active transportation networks. This poses the question, what can you as an individual do to improving bicycle facilities in your community? The first recommendation […]

Your Opportunity to Comment On the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices

The Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) is up for review and comments are being accepted through May 14, 2021.

The need for better law enforcement training

Destination positioning is a central and foundational concept of bicycle traffic safety. Moving away from the far right is at times not just legal and not just safer for a bicyclist, but is at the same time courteous to drivers behind. While most law enforcement officers know the rules and do the right thing, there […]

South Mountain Freeway Shared Use Path

— Path OPENED 10/30/2020 — The South Mountain Freeway, the last and final portion of loop SR202, was constructed atop what was Pecos Road, in the Ahwatukee area of the city of Phoenix. Although some form of path was seemingly promised as long ago as 2010, that was all seemingly forgotten by 2015 when preparations […]