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Additional Regional Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plans
2012 ADA Sidewalk Inventory Report
2012 University of Arizona Area Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan
Additional Local/Regional/State Bicycle and Pedestrian Programs
Arizona Department of Transportation
City of Tucson
Town of Marana
Additional Planning Resources
Pedestrian Safety Toolbox
Bicycle and Pedestrian Crash Analysis
PAG updates a Regional Bicycle Crash Analysis annually, with data dating back to 2001. The analysis is used to help identify mitigation strategies, such as wrong-way signs and pavement markings, as well as help identify enforcment education needed. It also quantifies the number of total crashes, crashes per population and fatal crashes. For more information, contact Gabe Thum at gthum@PAGregion.com.
Bicycle/Pedestrian Safety Diversion Program
Multiple courts in Pima County allow dismissal of violations received while walking or riding a bicycle, with completion of the EZ AZ Bicycle/Pedestrian Safety course. For information on participating courts and registration requirements, please visit ezazbikeped.com.
Bicycle Terms Defined*
- Bikeway: A generic term describing any type of facility that is specifically designated for bicycle use.
- Bike Route: A facility that is designated by signing and has no pavement striping.
- Bike Lane: A facility that is designated by signing and does have pavement striping.
- Shared-Use Path: A path that is physically separate from any road or street and which provides for only human-power use, including bicycles.
- Shared Roadway: A road or street that is open to both bicycle and motor vehicle travel.
*Definitions are based on the Guide for the Development of Bicycle Facilities, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, 1999.
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