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WHAT IS PROPOSITION 400?

Proposition 400 was approved by voters county-wide in November of 2004 to extend a half-cent sales tax to fund major transportation projects throughout Maricopa County. These projects include improvements to freeways and other highways in the state highway system, as well as major arterial streets and intersection improvements.  Proposition 400 also funds construction, maintenance and operation of public transit facilities and services.

The City of Scottsdale benefits from Proposition 400 funds that are used to improve Loop 101 (Pima Freeway), and also receives funding for the improvement of several arterial roads and intersections throughout the City.

In addition, Proposition 400 funds are used to fund transit projects such as the construction of a park-and-ride facility and the operation of bus routes and other transit services.

FREEWAY PROJECTS

Project Name

Prop 400 Funds
(in millions)

Project Status

Loop 101 HOV Lanes - Princess Drive to Loop 202

$61.8

Completed

Loop 101 HOV Lanes –Tatum Boulevard (SR51) to Princess Drive

$18.8 

Completed

Loop 101 and 64th Street interchange

$31.4

Completed

Noise Walls at two locations along Loop 101

$7.0

Completed

Loop 101 new travel lanes - Shea Boulevard to Loop 202 (plus Chaparral Road traffic interchange)

$99.6

Completion Fall 2016

Loop 101 new travel lanes - Princess Drive to Shea Boulevard

$53.0

Scheduled to start in 2021

Loop 101 new travel lanes - Scottsdale Road to Princess Drive

$26.4

Scheduled to start in 2022

Total for Freeway Projects

$298.0


ARTERIAL STREET PROJECTS

Project Name

Prop 400 Funds
(in millions)

Project Status

Pima Road: Loop 101 to Thompson Peak Parkway

$13.6

Completed

Loop 101 North Frontage Road: Scottsdale to Hayden roads

$3.8

Completed

Pima Road: Thompson Peak Parkway to Pinnacle Peak Road

$17.8

Completed

Scottsdale Road: Thompson Peak Parkway to Pinnacle Peak Road

$9.1

Completed

Pima Road: McDowell Road to Via Linda – a series of five roadway projects to improve Pima Road

$30.7

Via de Ventura to Indian Bend Road completed. Currently, McDowell to Thomas roads in design.

Shea Boulevard: Loop 101 to SR 87 – a series of intersection improvements (dedicated right turn lanes, bike lanes, etc.)

$12.4

Intersections on Shea Boulevard at 90th, 92nd, 96th streets, Via Linda, 114th, 115th, 120th, 124th, 125th, 135th, and 136th streets (Mayo) completed. Work on other intersections will continue between 2016 and 2026.

Shea Boulevard at Loop 101 intersection improvements $3.7  To be completed in 2025
Shea Boulevard at Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard intersection improvements $0.7 To be completed in 2022 
Shea Boulevard auxiliary lane: 90th Street to Loop 101  $6.4 To be completed in 2020
Shea Boulevard at Loop 101 to 144th Street: Intelligent Transportation System improvements $2.7 Shea Boulevard: Loop 101 to 96th Street completed. Remaining segment to be completed in 2025.
Scottsdale Airpark – a series of roadway improvements

$22.9

To be completed between 2016-2026

Pima Road: Pinnacle Peak Road to Stagecoach Pass Road

$77.6

To be completed in different segments between 2016 and 2023.

Loop 101 Frontage Roads: Scottsdale Road to Pima/Princess

$3.7

Segment from Scottsdale Road to Hayden Road completed in 2008. Segment from Hayden to Pima/Princess unfunded at $29.0

Southbound Loop 101 frontage road connections $3.0 To be completed in 2018
Carefree Highway: Cave Creek Road to Scottsdale Road

$8.0

To be completed in 2026
Scottsdale Road: Jomax Road to Carefree Highway

$28.5

To be completed in 2024

Scottsdale Road: Pinnacle Peak Parkway to Jomax Road  $1.8 To be completed in 2022
Scottsdale Road: Thompson Peak Parkway to Pinnacle Road: Phase I and Phase II  $15.2  Phase I completed. Phase II to be completed in 2023
Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard - a series of intersection improvements $.04 Intersections on Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard at 76th, 78th, and 82nd Streets - completed
Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard frontage road: Northsight Boulevard to Greenway-Hayden Loop $7.7 To be completed in 2024
Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard at Loop 101 traffic interchange improvements $5.9 To be completed in 2023
Raintree Drive: Scottsdale Road to Loop 101  $21.6 To be completed in 2020
Raintree Drive at Loop 101 traffic interchange improvements $3.2 To be completed in 2023
Happy Valley Road: Pima Road to Alma School Road  $6.9 To be completed in 2022
Miller Road underpass at Loop 101

$14.0

To be completed 2023

Legacy Drive: Hayden Road to 88th Street

$0

Scheduled to start in 2025, but unfunded at $12.9

Total for Arterial Street Projects

$321.0

TRANSIT PROJECTS

Transit Service/Facility

2006 - 2010 Funding
 
(in millions)

2011-2026
Future funds
(in millions)

BUS ROUTES

 

McDowell/McKellips (17)

$0.0

$5.5

Camelback (50)

$0.4

$1.8

Scottsdale/Rural (72)

$10.3

$34.9

Hayden/McClintock (81)

$0.0

$25.5

Northern/Shea (80)

$0.0

$5.1

Bell Rd. (170)

$0.0

$2.1

Scottsdale Express (510) Eliminated

$0.1

$0.1

East Loop 101 Connector (511) Eliminated $0.4 $0.8
Scottsdale Express (512) Eliminated

$0.3

$0.1

Scottsdale Express (514) $0.0 $1.4
Mesa Express (532) Eliminated

$0.0

$0.0

Loop 101 Connector (572) Eliminated

$0.3

$0.0

Sub-totals

$11.8

$77.3

OTHER
Bus Rapid Transit Capital (ROW, facilities)

$0.0

$0.0

Bus Rapid Transit - Operating

$0.0

$0.0

ADA –East Valley Dial-A-Ride, Cab Connection etc.

$4.9

$23.9

General operations (safety, security, fleet maintenance, bus stops)

$0.2

$2.0

Bus Stops $0.1 $0.3
Fleet

$0.7

$2.8

Total for ALL Transit Projects

$17.7

$106.3


Contact Information

City of Scottsdale - Transportation 
7447 E. Indian School Rd., Suite 205 
Scottsdale, AZ 85251  
P: 480-312-7250
TDD: 480-312-5419
F:  480-312-4000

Traffic Engineering
P: 480-312-7250

Street Operations
P: 480-312-5620

Traffic Management Center 
P: 480-312-7777 (6 a.m. - 6 p.m. weekdays)
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