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Scottsdale seeks input on 70th Street biking

Posted 11/24/20

As part of the city’s effort to provide a comfortable and connected bicycle network, Scottsdale Transportation is conducting a Neighborhood Bikeway Study for a 2.5-mile corridor connecting …

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Government

Scottsdale seeks input on 70th Street biking

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As part of the city’s effort to provide a comfortable and connected bicycle network, Scottsdale Transportation is conducting a Neighborhood Bikeway Study for a 2.5-mile corridor connecting Tempe to Old Town.

The 70th Street Corridor runs between Continental Drive/Roosevelt Road to the south and Main Street to the north.

This 2.5-mile corridor will connect Tempe to Old Town Scottsdale, connect the corridor to nearby biking routes and serve neighborhoods along 70th Street, according to city officials.

City residents are invited to participate in a virtual public meeting to provide input on design ideas that provide you with the most comfort and convenience when biking.

To participate, visit www.scottsdaleaz.gov and search “Bikeway Study” to visit the project website by Nov. 30. There you will find more information about the project and steps to participate in the virtual public meeting. You will be asked to watch a presentation, view additional materials and fill out a brief questionnaire.

For more information, contact Senior Transportation Planner Susan Conklu at SConklu@ScottsdaleAZ.gov or by calling 480-312-2308.

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