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The challenge of Chandler's rapid growth has been met with new roads, freeways, and traffic management solutions. In addition, our municipal airport is one of the busiest in the State and features a growing airpark development that will pay economic dividends for many years to come.

Transportation Hubs
Chandler Municipal Airport Located in the technology hub of Chandler, Arizona, Chandler Municipal Airport (CHD) is situated in the southeastern portion of Metropolitan Phoenix. Upon arrival, CHD’s location, just 18 miles southeast of Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, offers trouble-free access to anywhere in the region.
Located at the southwest corner of Germann and Hamilton Street. This facility has 460 parking spaces and many are covered. Express bus service to downtown Phoenix originate from this facility. Call 480-782-3440 for details.

Roads & Street Maintenance
Updates on current roadway projects and projected traffic restrictions in Chandler.
For Contractors:
Download the "Road Restrictions and Closures Permit" form (PDF)
Download the "Project Signs" specifications (PDF)

Street Repair Questions? Call 480-782-3500.
Is there a street light out in your neighborhood? Tell us where, and we'll make the repair.
Learn about where storm water goes when it rains, and how to reduce storm water pollutants.
Pool Drainage Information regarding the proper procedure for draining your pool.

Traffic Management
Dynamic Message Signs
Three Dynamic Message Signs (DMS) provide travel time information for commuters as they approach the freeway. They are located on westbound Chandler Blvd east of I-10 and on northbound Arizona Ave and Price Rd south of Loop 202. The signs were purchased with money received from a federal Congestion Mitigation & Air Quality grant that supports technologies and infrastructure improvements designed to reduce traffic congestion, which in turn improves air quality.
In 2006, the City of Chandler was the first city in Arizona to implement a queue jumper lane at a signalized intersection.
Pedestrian Pushbuttons The pedestrian detection system is an important part of the City's signal system. Pedestrians must push the button to indicate their presence, which, in turn, alerts the signal controller to extend the traffic signal cycle to accommodate the pedestrian.

 Speed Enforcement Program

Chandler has joined other Valley communities in using photo enforcement to reduce the rate of red light running offenses and accidents as well as speeding on green.
Controlling traffic volumes or traffic speeds along residential streets is critical to maintaining a safe neighborhood and community. Neighborhood involvement is the key. Information on intersection traffic volumes and road segment traffic volumes.
You can report traffic signal problems and learn more about the City's improvements with signal timing.
> Read more about the new Yellow Flashing Turn Signal.
The City's transportation system provides connections within and outside of our community, and is essential for maintaining the quality of life and economic health of Chandler.
Final Report - Transportation Plan Update (PDF)
  Chandler is working with the Arizona Department of Transportation to provide traffic and road condition information for major freeways on its 511 phone system and website. This link provides information on road closures, construction, weather conditions and also displays images from freeway cameras.

The latest in Transit News, including proposed changes to local bus routes
Bus and Light Rail Valley Metro operates bus service 365 days a year, with an extensive list of routes traveling through the Valley. Several Chandler bus routes make connections to the light rail. METRO light rail provides a convenient train service from Mesa to Tempe and Phoenix. Route maps and schedules for Bus and Light Rail can be found at:, or call Customer Service at 602-253-5000.
Available for Chandler residents, age 65 or older and persons with disabilities. Residents can book a taxi cab trip with a number of providers, and pay for the trip with their RideChoice Fare Card. 

Call 602-716-2100 or visit the RideChoice web site for details.