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Scottsdale seeks public’s feedback for transportation plan

Virtual meeting to discuss priorities

Posted 10/20/21

Scottsdale residents, business owners and people who work in the city are invited to participate in a virtual public meeting to provide feedback on Scottsdale’s draft 2021 Transportation Action …

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Scottsdale seeks public’s feedback for transportation plan

Virtual meeting to discuss priorities

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Scottsdale residents, business owners and people who work in the city are invited to participate in a virtual public meeting to provide feedback on Scottsdale’s draft 2021 Transportation Action Plan – a document that will guide the city’s transportation priorities, investments and programs over the next decade.

Providing input is easy – residents and others can visit ScottsdaleAZ.gov and search “TAP” to find links to the online virtual meeting presentations, supporting material and information along with an online feedback form.

Online feedback will be open through Sunday, Oct. 31.

Feedback obtained from the TAP’s first phase of public outreach was compiled and analyzed by staff, then presented to the Transportation Commission at its September 2021 meeting. Results from that study are available here

Feedback gathered via the virtual public meeting will be gathered and evaluated by staff then presented to the Transportation Commission in November.

The TAP provides an overview of Scottsdale’s current transportation infrastructure and direction for Scottsdale’s transportation future for approximately the next 10 years. 

Feedback will be used to finalize the goals, policies and performance measures for each of Scottsdale’s transportation elements (street, transit, trail, bikeways and pedestrian) and an overall prioritized implementation program. 

Once completed and approved by the city council, the TAP will replace the most recent Transportation Master Plan approved in 2016.

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