Give us your input toward the development of a future RTA plan.  Later in the planning process we will provide additional opportunities for all stakeholders to also provide input to inform the plan.

Thank you,
Farhad Moghimi
RTA Executive Director
 
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A 35-member Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) of the Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) seeks your input on guiding principles that will be considered for the development of a new 20-year RTA plan.
 
The CAC will review your feedback on the guiding principles prior to evaluating potential projects and recommending a budget for the regional transportation plan. This future plan will continue the work of the RTA beyond its current plan, which was originally approved by voters in May 2006.
 
The CAC will also seek broad public input on the future draft transportation plan and any revised versions, prior to making a final recommendation to the RTA Board. The RTA Board is responsible for determining a future election date.

At this time, the CAC is considering six draft guiding principles (Questions 1-6 below). Please complete the questions to share your opinion about each guiding principle. We  invite you to share the survey with others for broad regional input.

Please complete the survey by Friday, Dec. 13, 2019. Thank you!
 
The RTA is an independent state-established special taxing district within Pima County. All registered voters in Pima County are eligible to participate in elections for RTA initiatives. Learn more about the RTA

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* 1. A future RTA plan should prioritize regionally significant transportation needs and focus on regional projects.

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* 2. A future RTA plan should include an implementation timeline and identify specific projects.

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* 3. A future RTA plan should identify an implementation budget that matches projected excise tax revenues and local funding commitments.

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* 4. A future RTA plan must enhance the regional transportation system's overall efficiency and contribute to improved mobility, accessibility, safety, economic vitality and sustainability in the region.

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* 5. A future RTA plan should consider future land use, travel patterns, mode choices and technological advances.

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* 6. A future RTA plan must spell out long-term maintenance funding commitments secured from each responsible jurisdiction in the taxing district prior to plan approval.

Additionally, please tell us how you feel about each of the following transportation goals (Nos. 7 through 15). The goals have been discussed as possible transportation system improvement priorities in a well-balanced plan.

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* 7. Reduce congestion

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* 8. Provide efficient crosstown mobility

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* 9. Improve transit ridership

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* 10. Reduce crashes at intersections

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* 11. Reduce wildlife related crashes

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* 12. Improve the condition of existing roadways

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* 13. Provide safer bicycle and pedestrian facilities

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* 14. Maintain or improve air quality

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* 15. Improve access to workplaces

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* 16. In which ZIP code is your home located? (Enter 5-digit ZIP code.)

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* 17. Are you a registered voter in Pima County?

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* 18. Do you have any other comments, questions, or concerns (optional)?

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* 19. Please submit your email to receive RTA information updates, notices and a summary of survey results (optional):

 
THANK YOU for participating in the survey. Your opinion matters to us!

Please click on Done below to submit your survey.


The Regional Transportation Authority fully complies with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 49 CFR, part 2, and all related statutes and regulations. 

The Regional Transportation Authority oversees implementation of the 20-year, 2006 voter-approved regional transportation plan. The plan is funded by a half-cent excise (sales) tax collected through the RTA's special taxing district within Pima County. More than 850 RTA transportation improvements have been delivered to date. For more information about future plan development, please visit RTAmobility.com

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