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Northern Parkway Evaluation Study
Northern Parkway is planned to be a new limited-access facility between SR-303L and US-60/Grand Avenue. The intent of this study was to investigate the financial health and operational character of the remaining planned Northern Parkway Program (Program) improvements in partnership with the Program’s Funding Partners in order to identify Program efficiencies.

I-10 and Dean Road Feasibility Study
The interchange between Interstate 10 (I-10) and Dean Road is needed to support the continuing development and growth, both occurring and anticipated, in the west valley. Significant growth is anticipated in this region that could result in population growth, economic development, and increased traffic volumes. In support of project scoping and in continuation of the project development process, Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) initiated the preparation of this technical memorandum outlining he preliminary design to determine the feasibility of implementing a traffic interchange along I-10 at Dean Road.

SR-101L (Pima) and Miller Road Grade Separation
This report summarizes the study commissioned MAG to ascertain the feasibility of constructing Miller Road as a grade separated facility crossing the SR-101L Pima Freeway.

SRPMIC Pedestrian Connection at Pima Corridor
The Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community completed a project assessment report to evaluate an alignment location for a pedestrian bridge crossing of the SR‐101L (Pima Freeway), connecting the east and west halves of the Community’s Talking Stick Cultural Entertainment District. This project assessment report would then be utilized by the SRPMIC in the future to apply for future funding.

Wild Horse Pass Circulation Study
The Wild Horse Pass Circulation Study evaluated the transportation facility needs within the study area bounded by Old Price Road on the east, 40th Street on the west, the northern boundary of the Gila River Indian Community on the north, and Chandler Heights Road on the south.

SR-24 and Gateway Freeway, Ellsworth Road to Ironwood Road (Interim Phase II Feasibility)
The feasibility study examined an interim extension of SR-24 from its current terminus at Ellsworth Road in the City of Mesa to Ironwood Road in Pinal County. This effort also developed planning-level financial assumptions and estimates of probable costs for alternative interim extension concepts.

Loop 202 Linsday Road Traffic Interchange Feasibility Study
This study evaluates the intersection of SR-202L with Lindsay Road (milepost 43.6) and provides planning information for a potential new traffic interchange at this location.

Traffic Analysis of Miller Road and Interstate 10 Traffic Interchange
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the existing impacts at the I-10 and Miller Road Traffic Interchange and determine if short-term improvements can be made to mitigate the existing condition until funding is available for mid- and long-term improvement implementation. The immediate surrounding area includes several commercial facilities targeting commercial truck traffic. This report identifies the Miller Road and Interstate 10 traffic interchange short-term improvements that could mitigate the existing queueing problem until mid-term and/or long-term improvements could be made to the interchange.

SR-101L, Princess Drive to Raintree Drive Traffic Alternatives Study
The intent of this traffic study is to analyze alternatives for improved traffic flow in the vicinity of State Route 101L between Princess Drive and Raintree Drive. The aim of this study is to identify improvement options with the potential to alleviate congestion in this corridor.