SR 347 from Interstate 10 to Peters and Nall Road is becoming more congested because it is the most direct option for commuters traveling between the City of Maricopa and the Phoenix area. It provides critical access to the expanding Wild Horse Pass development area in the north and serves as the primary business and commercial corridor through the City of Maricopa. To the south, the road is the primary access route to the Ak-Chin Indian Community and its entertainment district.

MAG is conducting a scoping study with member agencies to allow for timely improvement of the corridor. The primary work product will be a recommended plan to provide a safe and reliable SR 347 corridor that supports forecasted growth. Improvement strategies will be identified to address the following goals:

  • Optimize Travel Time
  • Improve Pedestrian, Bicycle, and Future Transit Mobility
  • Improve Safety
  • Optimize Compatibility with Existing and Future Land Adjacent to the Corridor
  • Optimize Environmental Outcomes
  • Respect Stakeholder Interests
  • Maintain Current Easements to the Greatest Possible Extent

The plan represents the initial step towards future detailed engineering design and environmental studies to allow for construction of a set of recommended improvements in the corridor.


Community Surveys

MAG would greatly appreciate your feedback so we can identify deficiencies, needs and potential improvement strategies to this corridor. The survey is only 11 questions and should take no more than 5 minutes to complete. Thank you for your anonymous feedback!


Map of the Study Area

SR 347 Scoping Study Area
Senior Engineer Project Manager
Chaun Hill

About MAG

The Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) is a Council of Governments (COG) that serves as the regional planning agency for the metropolitan Phoenix area.

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    Phoenix, Arizona 85003

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