Central Phoenix Transportation Framework Study
The Central Phoenix Transportation Framework Study (CPHX) is the latest in a series of long-range planning studies initiated by the Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG). The success of previous framework studies has launched a new generation of planning for the MAG region, where the needs of the distant future are determined and balanced against the current challenges of providing for multimodal transportation in times of shrinking revenues and growing environmental and energy concerns.
The study area encompasses much of the metropolitan core and is bounded generally by Loop-101 to the west, north and east and by Loop-202 and the Gila River Indian Community to the south.
The study’s goal is to develop an environmentally sustainable multimodal transportation network, to determine and prioritize capacity, operational and safety improvements, and form a framework for regional connections and roadways within the study area. The study will take approximately thirty (30) months, with a scheduled completion date of October 2012.
For more information, please contact:
Robert Hazlett, Project Manager at (602) 254-6490 or Peggy Fiandaca, Public Involvement Coordinator, at (480) 816-1811 or email us.
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