State Route 30 Active Transportation Conceptual Plan

Man and woman riding bicycles on bikepath
Photo courtesy: Toole Design

Take the Survey!

The proposed State Route 30 freeway will connect Loop 202 to Loop 303 in the Southwest Valley and serve as an alternate route to Interstate 10. How can we ensure people bicycling and walking are able to navigate the area safely and comfortably? Provide your input in this survey. Survey deadline - September 5, 2022.

Approximate time to complete survey length: 10 minutes

Transportation Planning Project Manager
Kay Bork
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Project Background

MAG in partnership with the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) have been studying a proposed freeway in the Southwest Valley known as State Route 30 (Tres Rios Freeway). SR 30 would initially connect Loop 202 to Loop 303 and serve as an alternate route to Interstate 10 and traverses through the cities of Goodyear, Avondale, and Phoenix. The project spans about 13 miles and roughly follows the Rio Salado and the Lower Gila River. It would connect to the future Loop 303 freeway near the intersection of Lower Buckeye Road and Cotton Lane, and to the Loop 202 South Mountain Freeway near Broadway Road.

MAG is seeking input to help develop a vision for alternative transportation options along the future SR 30. Survey results will help inform development of a vision and conceptual plans for an active transportation facility alongside SR 30.

State Route 30 Active Transportation Conceptual Plan Map