A City's transportation system plays an important role in our daily lives. It affects how we travel to work, to school or to the store. It affects the distribution of consumer goods and the provision of services. Transportation even plays a role in many recreational activities.
- Transportation Master Plan 2019 Update (approved by the City Council Feb. 13, 2020)
- KeepChandlerMoving (website for the Transportation Master Plan 2019 Update)
- Comprehensive Transportation Master Plan (2010)
- Arizona Avenue High-Capacity Transit Long-Range Study
- Fiesta-Downtown Chandler Transit Corridor Study
As Chandler grows and matures, the City is faced with significant challenges, especially in the area of transportation planning. The vitality and livability of a community is largely dependent on the quality of its transportation system. The planning that goes into the development of this system is among the most important activities performed by your City government.
The City of Chandler has a comprehensive transportation master plan that identifies community needs and guides development of a multi-modal transportation system. Chandler’s Transportation Master Plan was last updated in 2010 and over the next few years, the City will be completing the remaining arterial street improvements as well as many of the other transit, bicycle, and pedestrian-related projects recommended in the current plan.
The Mater Plan guides future development and implementation of transportation infrastructure and operations in the City of Chandler, and is used by residents, business owners and City staff.
For more information, visit the TMP Study Website or call the TMP Study Hotline at 480-898-4060.
Information specifically about the Arizona Avenue Alternatives Analysis Study can be found online by visiting Valley Metro, or calling Victoria Bray at 602-490-8284.
This guide was prepared by the Maricopa Association of Governments to help summarize and provide highlights of the plan and changes the Valley will experience over the next 20 years.