Planned Transportation for Yavapai County

CYMPO – CENTRAL YAVAPAI METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION

Sundog Connector Corridor Study

Completed June, 2013 for ADOT & the City of Prescott by Parsons Brinckerhoff

With recent news about the Sundog Connector becoming a priority for local transportation leaders (article here), we wanted to make public the original 2013 Corridor Study.  Document includes public comments.

The study document is in PDF format. Document size is 26MB and is 216 pages in length.  May be best to download on a desktop computer or tablet for easier viewing.

Accepting Public Comments for the 2022-2026 MTIP

We are accepting public comments for the Fiscal Years 2022-2026 Metropolitan Transportation Improvement ProgramClick here to download the MTIP document (PDF).  Comments may be submitted through November 2, 2021 using any of the following methods:

  • Comment through our website
  • By phone at 928-442-5733
  • During upcoming public meetings (held via Zoom).  Next meetings are Technical Advisory Committee Special Meeting on October 20, and Executive Board Special Meeting on November 2.

In addition to the download above, a copy of the document may be obtained at our office (by appointment only) and at the Prescott and Prescott Valley Public Libraries.

The Central Yavapai Metropolitan Planning Organization (CYMPO), a partnership of Chino Valley, City of Prescott, Dewey-Humboldt, Prescott Valley, Yavapai County and the Arizona Department of Transportation, was established in June 2003 by federal mandate when the region achieved a population of 50,000. Its purpose is to cooperatively plan the transportation future of the Central Yavapai region that falls within the 401.46 square miles of the MPO Planning Boundary Through this cooperative effort, the participating agencies have made a commitment to their citizens that as the region grows, their multi-modal transportation system will grow with it to accommodate all needs, including roads and highways for cars and trucks, public transit, and pathways for bicycles and pedestrians.

How to Drive in a Roundabout

Click here to open the PDF flyer. Ready to be printed or emailed!

How to Drive in a Roundabout

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CYMPO virtual board meetingsDue to COVID-19 all TAC, Executive Board, and other meetings are being held virtually with Zoom. Visit CYMPO’s YouTube channel for access.

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