Scottsdale seeking input for Transportation Action Plan

Kelly Corsette, communications & public affairs director, 480-312-2336

August 25, 2021

How could the city improve traffic flow, bicycle and pedestrian safety, and transit options over the next 10 years? These and other key questions are being evaluated as Scottsdale drafts its 2021 Transportation Action Plan, which will guide the city’s transportation priorities, investments and programs over the next decade.

As part of the process, the city is seeking input from Scottsdale residents, business owners and people who work in the city. Providing input is easy – visit and search “TAP” to find a link to the online questionnaire along with links to supporting material and information.

The online questionnaire will be available until Friday, Sept. 3.

The TAP will provide not only an overview of Scottsdale’s current transportation infrastructure, but direction for Scottsdale’s transportation future for approximately the next 10 years. Feedback will be used to shape 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.

Opt-in to future feedback opportunities from the city of Scottsdale

Once you have completed the questionnaire, you will be asked to provide your email and zip code. This lets us be sure we are hearing from each person only once. Your response will remain confidential.

Participating in this online feedback will also allow people to opt-in to similar opportunities from the city of Scottsdale in the future.

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