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SIM update July 24

Post Date:07/24/2019 10:00 a.m.

 

Tlaquepaque pedestrian crossing moves into design

The city will proceed to design of a shared-use path at creekside for a new pedestrian crossing at SR179 near Tlaquepaque. The design process is expected to begin in October. The plan calls for a walk-bike pathway beneath the existing Oak Creek bridge. Construction is anticipated to begin after July 2020.


Uptown Roadway Improvements update

The Uptown project is on schedule, on budget and now 10 percent completed. The entire project is expected to be substantially complete by spring 2020. The current phase of work, which will be completed by mid September, includes:

- Roundabouts at Jordan Road and near Art Barn Lane
- Installation of a stormwater catch basin and new curb and gutter
- Work on the west side of 89A between Jordan and Forest roads.  


Citywide shared use path -- walk / bike -- master planning

Everyone is invited to contribute ideas to our effort to develop a master plan for a citywide system of shared use paths for walking and bike riding. Submit your ideas and see the ideas of others on the GO Sedona wikimapping pageThe deadline for submittals is Aug. 4


Thunder Mountain / Sanborn drainage and shared use path

Design work will soon get underway for drainage improvements and a shared use path along Thunder Mountain Road between Coffee Pot and Rhapsody roads. The design process will include many opportunities for neighborhood and resident input. Get more info on the Thunder Mountain web page.


Transit

The city's transit consultant is working on the final phases of an implementation plan, which will include recommendations for governance, funding and marketing; the plan is expected to be presented to city council in fall 2019. There is also work underway to model proposed routes and needed infrastructure improvements. The consultant has identified the area near the Y intersection as feasible for a transit hub. 


Locals Nite Out in Uptown every Wednesday

Get great discounts, take advantage of the tourist lull, and support our Uptown business owners by enjoying Locals Night Out every Wednesday in July and August from 3-8 p.m. Many merchants are offering buy-one, get-one deals and parking is free between 3-8 p.m. Visit this link to get specifics on the deals.


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Construction photos taken July 20

Uptown construction July 2019 

 

 

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