MCDOT is seeking input on potential transportation improvements for the next 20 years.
Follow the legend on the left-hand side of the map to find:

  • Capacity Improvements that add additional through lanes to the roadway network.
  • Pavement Preservation Improvements that rehabilitate the existing roadway pavement.
  • Bike Improvements that complete bicycle gaps on existing roadways. This can include bike lanes, paved shoulders, signage, etc.
  • Pedestrian Improvements that complete pedestrian gaps on existing roadways. This can include sidewalk, curb ramps, shared use paths, etc. Pedestrians are considered those walking, children on bicycles, skateboarders, motorized wheelchairs, equestrians, etc.
  • Drainage Improvements to the drainage affecting existing roadways. This can include culverts, basins, etc.
  • Safety Improvements to provide additional safety to the roadway user. This can include guardrail.
  • Bridge Improvements to provide additional connectivity or rehabilitation to existing connections.
  • Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) Improvements to provide congestion relief on existing roadways. This can include connected signals via fiber technology.
  • Particulate Matter 10 (PM10) Improvements to existing dirt roadways. This can include pavement construction, signage, dust suppressant, etc.

Add a new comment by clicking on the map at the location of your comment. Do you feel that certain project limits should be extended? Do you support or not support certain projects? Is the map missing projects? Give us your thoughts!

To view an approved comment, click one of the blue stars on the map. If you would like to add more to the approved comment, use the “Add an Additional Comment at this Location” button located at the bottom of the approved comment.

Comments and replies will be reviewed by MCDOT and displayed within 72 hours. If you need additional help or tips using the Interactive Map, use the tool for further assistance.

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The Interactive Map will be open for the duration of the project. Any comment made outside of unincorporated Maricopa County will be sent to the appropriate agency.

All comments will be processed as submitted.

Note: Note: Projects that are currently in the scoping or design process that have not gone to construction are included to ensure their completion. Capacity projects indicate a year that the project is needed (according to data) and does not guarantee completion. Data was pulled in May of 2019 and may include roadways that are no longer in the MCDOT system or that have otherwise been funded or completed. These projects will be removed prior to plan adoption.

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