Arizonal Canal Multiuse Path Improvements
The City of Scottsdale is currently in the process of designing improvments to the Multiuse Path along the Arizona Canal between Chaparral Road and Indian Bend Wash path which is adjacent to Indian Bend Road.
The project will include landscaping, site furnishings, connections to adjacent neighborhoods, pedestrian bridges and public art.
The path will enhance mobility for bicyclists and pedestrians throughout the region and provide connectivity to Papago Park, the Phoenix Zoo, the Desert Botanical Gardens, Tempe Town Lake and the Indian Bend Wash path system.
The cities of Tempe, Phoenix and Scottsdale have been working to complete a 17-mile regional pathway system that includes segments of the Sun Circle, Papago and Rio Salado trails and the Indian Bend Wash path. Once constructed, this project will complete Scottsdale’s portion of the 17-mile loop.
Improvements to this segment of the AZ Canal Multi-use Path are included in the City of Scottsdale Transportation Master Plan, the MAG Regional Off-Street System Plan and the Maricopa County Regional Trail System Plan. The project is utilizing both the City of Scottsdale and federal funding through the CMAQ air quality project process.
Environmental artist Jody Pinto studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Philadelphia College of Art.
Pinto’s site-specific public works span the globe, from Israel to New York to Spokane, Washington.
Pinto has won numerous awards, including a National Endowment for the Arts Grant. Her work is included in the collections of the Guggenheim Museum, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Philadelphia Museum of Art and P.S.1 in Long Island City, New York.