Old Town Scottsdale Bicycle Master Plan

Planning

Project Overview

Old Town offers numerous activities and destinations for cyclists and is within a half mile of the Indian Bend Wash Path, the Arizona Canal Path and the Crosscut Canal Path that make up the larger Scottsdale cycling network. While Scottsdale overall is very bicycle friendly, gaps and barriers to cycling into and within the Old Town area remain. Improving the bicycle infrastructure of Old Town will increase active transportation, which in turn can improve health, the economy and overall quality of life for Scottsdale residents, visitors and business owners.

The Old Town Scottsdale Bicycle Master Plan will evaluate existing bicycle infrastructure and conditions into and within Old Town Scottsdale and then identify opportunities to improve the Old Town bicycle network.

The city of Scottsdale is encouraging the public to participate in this planning effort vital to improving Old Town Scottsdale.

Community Involvement

The first project virtual public meeting was held on this page in Dec. 15 - Jan. 5. The following materials were presented at the meeting:

Presentation video

Presentation slides

Tentative Project Schedule

April - May 2020 Data collection
June - October 2020 June - October 2020 Data analysis
October 2020 - January 2021 Write draft plan
Dec. 15 - Jan. 5, 2020 Virtual public meeting 1: Gather public input in draft plan
Feb. 1, 2021 Draft plan complete
February - March 2021 Study completion
February 2021 Virtual public meeting 2: Gather public input on final plan
March 31, 2021 Final plan complete

Project Information

Project Budget: $173,215.16 (80% is funded by the Maricopa Association of Governments, and 20% is funded by the city of Scottsdale)

Sponsoring Division: Transportation

Funding Source: Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) Active Transportation Program

Project Location: Old Town Scottsdale - MAP

Contact Information

Susan Conklu, Senior Transportation Planner
P: 480-312-2308
SConklu@ScottsdaleAZ.gov

Need Help?

480-312-3111

General City Information/Speak to a Citizen Service Specialist


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