The Maricopa County Department of Transportation’s RightRoads Program will conduct the first in a series of three public meetings to gather input about potential roadway improvements along the future Wild Rose Parkway corridor between Sun Valley Parkway and Grand Avenue.
The session is scheduled from 5 to 7 p.m. April 10 in Nadaburg Elementary School, 21419 W. Dove Valley Road, Wittmann.
The long-range transportation planning study is the first step in the roadway development process and is meant to aid local jurisdictions in defining and protecting a Wild Rose Parkway corridor that can accommodate traffic demands.
The first meeting will provide area residents with an opportunity to inform study team members about local transportation needs. The meeting will also serve to elicit feedback regarding the study’s purpose, goals and objectives, as well as the Arizona Parkway design concept.
Project information, maps and exhibits will be available for viewing during the meeting. Community input during this early phase is an integral part of the MCDOT long-range transportation planning process.
For information, contact Denise Lacey, project manager, at 602-506-6172 or write to Lacey at MCDOT, 2901 W. Durango St., Phoenix, AZ 85009, or email at email@example.com.