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Walking, Riding and Commuting in Arizona?

This site can provide you with a wide variety of resources and information about biking and walking in Arizona.

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Commuting to Work

Resources to help you walk or bike to work and connect to bus service, rail service, carpools, or vanpools

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The ADOT Bicycle and Pedestrian Program provides information about biking and walking in Arizona, including safety tips, laws and policies, maps, and organizations.

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Bicyclist Safety Action Plan

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2018 Bicyclist Safety Action Plan Update uses a data-driven approach to assess bicyclist-motorist crashes on the State Highway System (SHS) during the period 2012-2016. The Plan identifies steps, actions, and potential countermeasures that, upon implementation and over time, will measurably reduce bicyclist crashes, injuries, and fatalities on the SHS.

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Development of a Bicyclist & Pedestrian Count Strategy Plan for the AZ State Highway System

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The ADOT Bicycle and Pedestrian Count Strategy Plan is the first step for ADOT to implement a bicycle and pedestrian count program. The program is designed to support safety assessments, performance measurement, and reporting such as key bicycle and pedestrian indicators and targets established in the ADOT Statewide Bicycle Pedestrian Plan Update.

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Pedestrian Safety Action Plan

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The 2017 Pedestrian Safety Action Plan provides a strategic action plan that effectively focuses resources to reduce the greatest number of severe injury and fatal pedestrian-motor vehicle crashes on the Arizona State Highway System.

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U.S. Bicycle Route 90

This east-west Route is 573 miles long and runs along existing state highways, local streets, and shared-use paths. U.S. Bicycle Route 90 connects the State border of New Mexico and the State border of California.

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Bicycling and walking are not only great alternative modes of transportation, but also are great ways to get exercise and improve Arizona's air quality. Arizona is the perfect place for biking and walking year-round. So explore the site and enjoy the benefits of safe bicycling and walking.

Bicycling and walking are not only great alternative modes of transportation, but also are great ways to get exercise and improve Arizona's air quality.

- Michael N. Sanders / Bicycle and Pedestrian Program Coordinator/ ADOT