Update Aug. 16

Consultant SWI is working on alignment options and construction plans for high priority areas: Schnebly Hill, City Hall and Sunset pathways.

Consultant JE Fuller/WSP will conduct a feasibility study explore a bridge or tunnel as pedestrian crossing alternatives at the SR179 crosswalk at Tlaquepaque. The management of the arts and shopping village has committed funds and support for these improvements.

A scope of work also is being developed for additional parking and multi-use path connections at Posse Grounds Park.

Multimodal transportation encourages alternate means of travel that improve residents' access to services, increase recreational access and provide new amenities to residents and visitors, and reduce traffic congestion. The strategies include: 

  • A multi-use path from Uptown to West Sedona: the Sedona Trails and Pathways System would be used by walkers and bike-riders.
  • Wide paved shoulders on Dry Creek Road to support safe bike riding.
  • Bike boulevard running parallel and to the north and south of SR 89A using existing streets with some new connecting pathways.
  • Sidewalk connections to link neighborhoods and provide better resident access to parks and services, and opportunities for more outdoor activities.

 Bike and pedestrian improvements