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State of the System Report: Programming & System Analysis

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The State of the System Report is a compilation of the physical inventory and status of the Maricopa County Department of Transportation’s infrastructure. It addresses roadway congestion, traffic safety, low volume road paving, bridges, and pavement conditions. Also, included are

The State of the System Report is a compilation of the physical inventory and status of the Maricopa County Department of Transportation’s infrastructure. It addresses roadway congestion, traffic safety, low volume road paving, bridges, and pavement conditions. Also, included are recommendations for future improvements within each of the infrastructure categories. The SOS report has been produced annually since 1998.

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2011 to 2016

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Trails, Rails, and Roadways in Pima County: Sonoran Desert Conservation Plan

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Describes the evolution of transportation routes and transportation methods in Pima County throughout time, and the effect that modes of transportation have had on the size and form of the community. Stage, freight, and railroad transportation followed the main historic corridors established by previous cultures and technologies.

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2002-01-07

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History of Land Use in Pima County - A Discussion Paper on Historical Population Growth and Land Use Planning: Sonoran Desert Conservation Plan

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Provides an overview of Pima County's (1) natural, constructed and administrative form makers, (2) the origins and implementation of planning and zoning legislation and regulations, and (3) a decade-by-decade review of some of the major land use decisions made within Pima County since the 1920s.

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2000-01

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Pima County's Land: Sonoran Desert Conservation Plan

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We still have plenty of opportunities to influence the community form. Plans discussed initially involve biological impacts. Conservation planning from Metro Tucson is changing and it is changing the traditional type of development of subdivision s into commercial/shopping center areas since the end of World War II.

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1999