A comprehensive Bicycle Transportation Master Plan developed by the City of Phoenix, Arizona, to make bicycling safer, more convenient, and more comfortable, so that a greater number of people have the opportunity to ride a bike for transportation or recreation.
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- Identifier TypeLocally defined identifierIdentifier Valueazdocs: XUPH 46.2:B 42/1/2014
- Includes pp. 20-41 from: Bicycle count data summary: working paper #4, MAG bicycles count project, draft report, April 23, 2014 / prepared for Maricopa Association of Governments ; prepared by Chen Ryan
Executive summary -- Chapter 1. Benefits of a bicycle friendly community -- Chapter 2. How to use this plan -- Chapter 3. Plan vision & areas of excellence -- Chapter 4. Past & present -- Chapter 5. Policies & perceptions -- Chapter 6. Opportunities & investments -- Chapter 7. Equity & efficiency -- Chapter 8. Safety -- Chapter 9. Design & connectivity -- Chapter 10. Connections & collaboration -- Chapter 11. Bikes & transit -- Glossary of terms & acronyms -- Appendix A. Community outreach -- Appendix B. Bicycle counts -- Appendix C. Maricopa county trip reduction latent demand maps -- Appendix D. Detailed assessment of existing policies, practices and procedures for traffic control and bicycle facility design -- Appendix E. Prioritization methodology -- Appendix F. Planning level unit cost estimates -- Appendix G. Tier I corridor projects -- Appendix H. Tier II corridor projects -- Appendix I. Tier III corridor projects -- Appendix J. Bicycle parking
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Comprehensive Bicycle Master Plan: Final Report (Phoenix, Arizona: City of Phoenix Street Transportation Department, 2014)