Active Transportation


MAG Bikeways Map



MAG's Active Transportation program plans for the improvement and construction of sidewalks, bikeways, and off-street paths. These plans include activities that inform the region about the benefits of biking and walking, and the important connections to transit.

  • Active Transportation Committee

    The MAG Active Transportation Committee is composed of representatives from MAG member agencies, Valley Metro and the Coalition of Arizona Bicyclists as well as members of the landscape architecture and public health community. The committee annually recommends projects for funding, including through the MAG Design Assistance Program and the MAG Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plans and First Time Updates program. The committee focuses on meaningful implementation by recommending bicycle and pedestrian projects for funding as well as activities to inform the region about the benefits of biking and walking—and the importance of connections to transit—to foster mobility through a regionally-significant active transportation system.
  • State Route 30 Active Transportation Conceptual Plan

    The Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) is seeking your input to help develop a vision and goals for active transportation options along the future State Route 30 freeway. Visit the project page to learn more and provide your input through our survey.

  • Active Transportation Plan

    MAG is creating a regional active transportation plan that will serve as a guide for improving, expanding and connecting the MAG region’s bicycle and pedestrian network. Take our visual preference survey and share your knowledge on our interactive comments map, MAG wants your input on how to make the region happier, healthier, and safer!

  • MAG Bicycle Count Project

    In 2013, MAG hired Chen Ryan Associates to conduct a region-wide bicycle count. The consultant worked with MAG member agencies to select a count methodology and determine which sites would be counted. The counts were conducted in October and November of 2013. 44 sites were counted using pneumatic tube technology, allowing continuous 24-hour counts over two week periods. 84 sites were counted manually using consultant staff to perform counts during weekday afternoon peak travel periods (4pm-6pm) and weekend morning peak travel periods (10am-12pm).
    Bicycle Count Data Summary Presentation

  • MAG Regional Bikeways Print Map

    MAG, in coordination with its member agencies, publishes a printed bike map every three to five years. The current edition is the 2022 MAG Bikeways Map, available in printed form for free from MAG (call 602-254-6300), local agencies, and many local bike shops. You can download the PDF version here using the link above.
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  • MAG Regional Bikeways Online Map

    Additionally, MAG provides an online version of the bikeways map, which is compatible with mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. The online map is updated by MAG more frequently than the printed map, showing new bikeways constructed since the printed map was published and also includes the locations of bicycle shops, grid bike share hubs and bus stops along with photo points highlighting bicycle infrastructure throughout the region.