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Report: Warner/Lindsay intersection among county's …

A recent Maricopa Association of Governments report identified a Gilbert intersection as one of the 100 most dangerous in the Valley.   The intersection of Warner and Lindsay roads came in …

High crash risk reported at 7 Tempe intersections

Seven intersections within the city of Tempe are among the top 100 Phoenix metro intersections with the highest crash risk, according to the latest report from the Maricopa Association of Governments.

Study: High crash risk at 2 Mesa intersections

Two intersections owned and maintained by the city of Mesa — Dobson Road at University Drive and Eighth Avenue at Alma School Road — have made a top 100 list for crash risk in the Valley. …

Rio Reimagined Project gets liaison

Helping to protect rivers that connect diverse communities within the Maricopa region. Implementing strategies to revitalize the communities and amenities along the Salt and Gila rivers. Serving as a …

Transportation data portal launched

Driving across town and need to know if there's a crash? 

ADOT will host Phoenix hearing on Grand/35th Avenue …

The Arizona Department of Transportation will hold a public hearing on proposed improvements for the Grand Avenue intersection with 35th Avenue and Indian School Road in Phoenix.

Metro Phoenix experiences lull in rental rates

Rental projects have spouted across the Valley this decade and are, for the moment, causing the price of rental properties in Maricopa County to drop. Maricopa Association of Governments indicates an overall median rent of $1,550 a month in Maricopa County.

Relief stations in these Valley cities during weekend …

The Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services will have 11 heat relief stations available throughout the Valley during an Excessive Heat Warning issued by the National Weather Service this weekend.

Residents invited to share ideas to improve Valley …

A free two-day conversation on how residents and governments can work together to improve transportation options is coming to Phoenix.

Tempe’s collaborative plan for a growing population

Projections by the Maricopa Association of Governments estimate that Tempe’s population will grow from 167,400, as recorded on July 1, 2022, to 269,700 by the same date in 2060 — an increase of 38%.

MAG, municipal leaders fight for transportation …

As the clock ticks closer to the end of Proposition 400, a Maricopa County tax that historically has supported transportation projects and maintenance around the Valley, local officials report …

Glendale residents, relief centers managing during …

This Valley heat shows no signs of letting up this week.