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Community Mobility Element

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Community Mobility Vision Statement

Scottsdale will be a community that safely, conveniently and efficiently moves people, goods, and information by providing access and mobility choices. Scottsdale recognizes that there will be a diversity of mobility systems to match the character and lifestyle of different areas of the community. Mobility choices will provide alternatives to the automobile, increase accessibility, improve air quality, enrich the community and its neighborhoods, and contribute to the community's quality of life.


Overview  

The Community Mobility Element concentrates on providing safe, efficient and accessible choices for the movement of people, goods, and information. This element recognizes the role of the automobile, but expands the field of mobility to fully integrate non-automotive modes while recognizing the inter-relationships among transportation, land use, and neighborhoods. This element is a State Statute-mandated element.

 

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Related Plans and Policies:

  • City of Scottsdale Design Standards and Policies Manual, Section 3.4, 1999, Bikeways City of Scottsdale Design Standards and Policies Manual, Section 3.1, Street Geometrics  City of Scottsdale Zoning Ordinance, Bicycle Parking

  • Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices 2000, Part 9, Traffic Controls for Bicycle Facilities

  • American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials Guide for the Development of Bicycle Facilities, 1999

  • Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) Regional Bikeways Plan, 1999

  • MAG Regional Off-Street System Plan, 2001

  • MAG Pedestrian Area Policies and Design Guidelines, 1995

  • MAG Pedestrian Plan, 2000

Reference:

  • Indian Bend Wash Bicycle and Pedestrian Path Study, 1992

  • Upper Camelback Wash Multiuse Path Routing Study, 1998

  • Scottsdale Bike Path Improvement Study 1991

  • City of Scottsdale Desert Greenbelt Project Multiuse Paths and Trails

  • City of Scottsdale Bike Lane Retrofit Study, 1991

  • City of Scottsdale Bicycle Task Force Final Report, 1988

  • City of Scottsdale Transit Plan, 1990

  • City of Scottsdale Bicycle/Pedestrian Transportation Plan, 1994