Transportation planning studies
Wild Rose Parkway Feasibility Study
The Maricopa County Department of Transportation (MCDOT) is conducting the Wild Rose Parkway Feasibility Study – Sun Valley Parkway to US-60, in order to provide a long range transportation tool for future growth and development. The ultimate study goal is to identify a continuous roadway alignment in order to preserve the 200 foot right of way required for the planned Arizona Parkway design.
The Study area is approximately 11 miles long and two miles wide, centered on the Wild Rose Parkway alignment as shown on the Hassayampa Framework Study. The Study Area begins ½ mile south of Sun Valley Parkway and ends ½ mile north of US60.
The consultant contracted to perform this study is Burgess & NIPLE. Notice to proceed under contract No 2011-020 was issued November 30, 2011. Study completion date is anticipated for November 29, 2012.
|Work Plan||January 2012|
|Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) Meeting #1||February 8, 2012|
|Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) Meeting #2||March 28, 2012|
|Public Open House #1 (Exhibits)||April 10, 2012|
|Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) Meeting #3||May 30, 2012|
|Candidate Alignments & Evaluation||June 2012|
|Public Open House #2 (Exhibits)||June 12, 2012|
|Preferred Alignment (TM 5)||August 2012|
|Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) Meeting #4||August 8, 2012|
|Public Open House #3 (Exhibits)||Sept 12, 2012|
|Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) Meeting #5 (If Necessary)||October 26, 2012|
|Public & Stakeholder Participation (TM 6)||November 2012|
|Final Report||November 2012|