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Sedona in Motion update Apr. 8
SEDONA IN MOTION
What's new as of Apr. 8, 2019
Bike and pedestrian improvements
A Bike/Pedestrian Work Group has started discussions and a new shared-use path through Sunset Park has been completed. Visit the bike and ped page for more information and links.
An April 9 public open house will be held at the Sedona Public Library, 4-6 p.m., to review the consultant's implementation recommendations and the city council will be briefed on the same at the April 10 meeting. Get the recommendations report on the SIM Transit page.
Uptown Roadway Improvements
Construction in Uptown begins after spring break / Memorial Day, with completion anticipated before spring break 2020. Eagle Mountain Construction, based in Flagstaff, is the contractor and a project hotline has been set up. Get the details, including project information sheets, on the Uptown Roadway Improvements project page.
SR 179 Portal Lane and Tlaquepaque crossing
The feasibility study is 70 percent complete on four potential pedestrian crossing improvements. The next report will include cost estimates. The options being examined are added pedestrian controls at the existing crossing, overpass, underpass, and/or shared-use path under the creek bridge.
SR 179 Y roundabout slip lanes
The city and ADOT have a draft agreement that is expected to undergo final state review and/or approval in mid-May. Assuming approval of the agreement, the city will then schedule further discussions with stakeholders and adjacent property owners for more input.
Traveler information and signal improvements
ADOT travel-time information signs are in operation on the I-17 corridor, and the city continues to work with ADOT to optimize messaging. Studies and data collection are also underway for live displays of travel-time data.
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