Assessment of Need, Benefit, and Implementation Plan
Public comment welcome. See bottom of this page for public comment form.
The Central Yavapai Metropolitan Planning Organization (CYMPO) is conducting the Regional Adaptive Signal Control Technology (ASCT) Assessment of Need, Benefit, and Implementation Plan (Plan) in partnership with its member agencies and the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT). The purpose of this Plan is to improve traffic flow along three corridors: State Route SR 69, Willow Creek Road, and Glassford Hill Road. Mitigating congestion along these routes was the most requested improvement from the public outreach associated with CYMPO’s 2045 Regional Transportation Plan. That input was considered in prioritizing conducting this Plan.
Planning efforts began in fall 2020 and will conclude in spring 2022.
State Route 69
The Plan includes the portion of SR 69 between SR 89 and Fain Road, which is owned and operated by ADOT.
Glassford Hill Road
The Plan includes Glassford Hill Road between SR 89A and SR 69, which is mostly owned and operated by the Town of Prescott Valley.
Willow Creek Road / Miller Valley Road / Grove Avenue
The Plan includes Willow Creek Road / Miller Valley Road / Grove Avenue between Gurley Street and the Deep Well Ranch Roundabout on SR 89, which is mostly owned and operated by the City of Prescott. The traffic signal at Willow Creek Road and Pioneer Parkway is owned by Yavapai County.
Public Comment Welcome
CYMPO welcomes your questions and comments. Please contact us in any of these ways:
- By phone: Call CYMPO at 928.442.5730 Monday to Thursday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm (MST).
- By email form: Please fill out and submit the form below.