The Department of Transportation and Mobility (DTM) wants to hear your ideas for improving transportation in Tucson. Help shape the future of our community’s transportation system today by visiting movetucson.org.
Do you want better and more connected sidewalks, more reliable bus service, faster crosstown travel, better pavement condition, more comfortable bicycle lanes, safer street crossings? Something else? Let us know. Everything is up for discussion.
That’s because the City of Tucson is developing a 20-year mobility master plan, known as Move Tucson.
What is Move Tucson? Well…
Move Tucson is transformational: It is going to define the City’s transportation priorities for the next 20+ years. It has the potential to change how we think about transportation. How we’ve done things in the past doesn’t have to be how we do them in the future.
Move Tucson is actionable: It will guide how the City spends its transportation dollars and will identify the specific projects we’re going to build.
And most importantly…
Move Tucson is community-driven: Projects and priorities will be driven by our community values, by what you say you want.
But nothing in Move Tucson has yet been determined. And it won’t be, at least not until you’ve had the opportunity to share your ideas. The time for your input is now!
To help us better understand your mobility challenges and to get ideas for building a better transportation system, DTM has developed an interactive public input map and an online survey.
To participate in Move Tucson, go to movetucson.org.
The map allows you to identify the specific locations in your neighborhood, or elsewhere in the city, where you’d like see transportation investments. It’s easy to use, it’s fun, and your ability to share your ideas is unlimited. If you’ve ever used an online map to find a new restaurant or visit a new acquaintance, you can use the Move Tucson interactive map.
The interactive map can be used on a computer, mobile device or tablet. The map easily allows you to add a comment to a point at a specific location or a line segment that spans the length of an area that you would like to refer to. Additionally, you are also able to like or comment on other community member’s ideas.
To see how the input map works, check out these videos:
Desktop Version: https://youtu.be/jYxM2M63cXg
Mobile Version: https://youtu.be/Llo23q8Sq7Y
The public input map is part of the larger approach of taking Move Tucson engagement virtual as we shift city services away from in-person engagement for the time being. (We’ll be back out in the community as soon as it’s safe to do so.)
Thank you for your participating. Remember, just because we’re apart, it doesn’t mean we can’t work together to build a better, more resilient Tucson.