Chandler provides and maintains roadways, bike paths, sidewalks and more to connect you safely and efficiently with where you need to go. But connectivity also means providing infrastructure that ensures you are connected through wireless and telecommunication technology.

Improving Traffic Flow

Improving Traffic Flow

Installed grant-funded video detection cameras at 42 intersections. Deployed devices in West Chandler that monitor travel times and adjust traffic signal timing in real-time to optimize traffic flow.

Traffic Signals by the Numbers:

  • 1,080 Pedestrian Countdown Signals
  • 96 Closed Circuit Television Cameras
  • 52 Traffic Signal Video Detection Upgrades
  • 4 New Traffic Signals
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Fiber-optic Expansions

Agreements were reached with multiple service providers to build, maintain and operate underground fiber-optic communication systems in the city right-of-way. Investments in new and existing providers offer residents improved access to faster broadband speeds through fiber-to-the-home infrastructure.

Fiber-optic Expansions by the Numbers:

  • 4,663 Utility Inspections
  • 1,205 Utility Permits

Streets by the Numbers

8,650 cubic yards of concrete39.38 lane miles of mill and overlay27.23 lane miles of rejuvenator seal25.82 lane miles of slurry seal2.5 miles of repaved alleys

Award-winning Streets Crews

1st Place Overall Best of the Best

Each year, street crews across Arizona compete in the Maintenance Superintendents Association Equipment Rodeo on operational tasks and the use of heavy equipment. Chandler’s crews performed exceptionally and were recognized with the following awards among their peers:



  • 1st Place Asphalt
  • 1st Place Backhoe
  • 1st Place Concrete
  • 1st Place Signs
  • 1st Place Streetlights
  • 3rd Place Crack Seal
  • 3rd Place Free Throw
  • 3rd Place Striping

Grants Funds Used for Improvements

The City of Chandler recently received grant funding through the Maricopa Association of Government (MAG) closeout process. Funds become available when projects around the region are deferred, canceled, or come in under their originally estimated amounts. Chandler was awarded $7.1 million to fund several projects that were previously awarded grant funding through a competitive grant application process.

$4.17 million in construction of Frye Road Protected Bike Lanes$2 million in regional bus and paratransit services$1.95 million in traffic signal systems

$880,000 for repaving alleys$100,000 for design of Highline and Kyrene Branch Canal Shared Use Path$75,000 for the study of Arizona Avenue Shared Use Path

Chandler Flex

Chandler Flex

The on-demand public transportation ride-share service, Chandler Flex, has provided 51,000 rides since its launch in July 2022.


Bike Lanes

Bike Lanes

One thing that residents have said they want more of is safe and improved connectivity on our bikeways. Chandler partnered with other agencies to complete a Protected Bike Lane Study and the Hunt Highway Separated Bike Lane/Traffic Calming Study. The Frye Road Protected Bike Lane design was completed and construction will begin in 2024.

Annual Family Bike Ride

The 15th Annual Chandler Family Bike Ride attracted 440 participants; 360 in-person and 80 virtual.

Family Bike Road: Getting Ready
Family Bike Ride: On the Road
Family Bike Ride: On the Canal

It's a Great Place to Work

Chandler’s Public Works & Utilities Department is accredited by the American Public Works Association.