The Colorado River Indian Tribes and Arizona Department of Transportation are conducting the 2014 Strategic Long-Range Transportation Plan for the Colorado River Indian Tribes. This project will prepare a plan for improvements that addresses road maintenance, traffic safety, nonmotorized mobility, local and regional interconnectivity, transit feasibility, enhanced economic vitality, improved community livability, and supports current and planned tourism and economic development. The study planning process will conduct an analysis of current multimodal transportation issues and needs using a combination of stakeholder, resident and road user input coupled with transportation data analysis to develop a plan for implementation that covers five-, 10- and 20-year planning horizons. The study will result in a final report outlining recommended improvements for implementation through the federal Tribal Transportation Program and other funding alternatives. The study will also be accomplished in coordination with a Federal Transit Administration Section 5311(c) tribal transit planning project recently awarded to the tribe.
The 2014 Strategic Long-Range Transportation Plan for the Colorado River Indian Tribes will be conducted according to a cooperative planning process involving stakeholders that include public agency staff, elected tribal officials and tribal community members. Throughout the study, information will be presented to and solicited from stakeholders through individual interviews and to the general public through public meetings and other means of communication.
Technical Advisory Committee (TAC)
Project Management Team (PMT)
Any questions or comments related to the 2014 Strategic Long-Range Transportation Plan for the Colorado River Indian Tribes can be directed to the ADOT project manager:
Arizona Department of Transportation
Tribal Planning and Coordination
206 S. 17th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85007