Superstition Vistas Multimodal Transportation Planning Study

Superstition Vistas Multimodal Transportation Planning Study
Transportation Planner III
Hannah Quinsey


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When: Thursday, June 1, 2023 at 6 p.m.

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Study Objective

The objective of the Superstition Vistas Multimodal Transportation Planning Study (SVMTPS) is to develop a coordinated vision of a multimodal transportation network across jurisdictions that enhances the mobility and accessibility of people and goods to and within the study area for the near-term (2030) and long-range (2050) horizons. The transportation network and service alternatives and recommendations will build upon:

  • Existing needs
  • Anticipated growth and development
  • Planned roadway extensions
  • Existing and planned energy and water infrastructure systems
  • Land use plans
  • Travel demand modeling
  • A shared vision amongst stakeholders

Study Area

The study area is a large, mostly undeveloped area in northern Pinal County located in the southeastern portion of the MAG planning area. The study area boundaries include Hawes Road in the City of Mesa, Town of Queen Creek, and San Tan Mountain Regional Park to the west; the Gila River Indian Community, San Tan Valley, and the Town of Florence to the south; State Route 79 and US 60 to the east; and Southern Avenue in the cities of Apache Junction and Mesa to the north.

Project Study Area

Study Process

The study will be approximately an 18-month long process and will be formulated through a series of five fundamental steps that include a comprehensive and collaborative public and stakeholder outreach approach held at key milestones throughout study.

Superstition Vistas Multimodal Transportation Planning Study Process