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Broadway Corridor Study: Loop 101 to Lindsay Road

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The Broadway Road Corridor Study is a study of approximately 6.5 miles of Broadway Road (from Loop 101 to Lindsay Road).  The process will help to identify proposed improvements with the goal of creating an improved multi-modal streetscape which can accommodate vehicles, bicycles, pedestrians and transit. The study will also help to determine a phasing approach for construction.

Two public meetings were held in May, 2017 where possible improvements were introduced by the design team. Click the link below to see the exhibits that were shared at the meeting.

PUBLIC MEETING EXHIBITS

Another round of public meetings are being held on April 24 and April 26, 2018.  Click the link below to see the exhibits that were shared at the meeting.

Public Meeting Exhibits - April 2018

Broadway Road Roll Plot

If you have any comments, please fill out the online survey below about the project. 

These proposed improvements will help to further develop the streetscape and livability of Broadway Road. Let your voice be heard - complete the survey below and share your opinions and insights about what you want to see along Broadway Road! 

Please correct the field(s) marked in red below:

Broadway Road Corridor Study: Loop 101 to Lindsay Road
Project No. CP0710

The City of Mesa has contracted with Ritoch-Powell to initiate a study of the Broadway Road Corridor from the Loop 101 to Lindsay Road to identify proposed improvements with the goal of creating an improved multi-modal streetscape which can accommodate vehicles, bicycles, pedestrians and transit. Please take a moment and fill out the survey so we can collect your input.

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After the review of the project scope, do you agree with the proposed (Please explain your individual answers):

a. number of lanes:

b. bicycle lanes:

c. pedestrian facilities (ADA ramps, lighting, sidewalks, etc.):

d. transit related upgrades:

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Based on the EXISTING conditions of the area, what do you think the City has proposed that improves roadway hazards (such as bicycle/pedestrian safety)?
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Based on the EXISTING conditions of the area, what do you think the City has proposed that improves the area's connectivity?
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Based on EXISTING conditions what Environmental, Environmental Justice/Title VI, and Utility Relocation considerations can the City address?
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