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    Mt. Lemmon Guardrail ReplacementMission Road RepaveWentworth Road ClosureValencia Road ReconstructionUnited States Census 2020 - Click or tap image for more information

    Pima County Transportation and contractors replace guardrail posts damaged by the Bighorn Fire on Mt. Lemmon Highway.

    Borderland Construction repaves Mission Road from Helmet Peak Road to Twin Buttes Road.

    Be aware of road closures during the monsoon season, such as this one on Wentworth Road at Tanque Verde Wash.

    Reconstructing Valencia Road from Wade Road to Ajo Way.

    Make it count! Participate in the 2020 census and help secure federal funds and determine representation from a local to national level.


    Our physical offices are temporarily closed to the public to ensure safety during COVID-19.

    This website contains everything you may need for information about Transportation.  Still more questions? Contact us at (520) 724-6410 or see the department directory on the right side of this page.  For direct service, call or email us per this information  on how Pima County Transportation will serve you in the coming weeks.


    Pima County and Smart Transportation

    The Pima County Transportation Department uses advanced technologies, data, and the hard work of over 200 employees to manage nearly 2,200 miles of roadways, bicycle and pedestrian facilities, transit services and infrastructure. 

    Our new Smart Transportation approach will use new mobile apps and technologies to reduce congestion, save fuel, and eventually update travelers with real-time travel  information.  We are developing Mobility on Demand (MOD) technologies to provide more efficient and safe travel options for all users.  For more information on MOD and other technologies, click on the Smart Transportation section below.
    Pima County measures pavement conditions for all county roads and then prioritizes arterial and collector roadway resurfacing based on the highest return on investment.  For local roads, the most deteriorated are prioritized first.  For more details, click on the "Roadways and Pavement" above.
    Pima County roadway improvements incorporate the latest standards and technologies to improve safety and traffic flow.  Our projects include facilities for all users, including pedestrians and bicyclists and transit riders, where applicable.  Our Mobility-On-Demand approach will make it easier to choose the best time and travel mode for your trip. 
    SeeClickFix is the latest user-friendly way to report pot holes or other transportation concerns via your smart phone.  As Mobility-on-Demand technologies develop, roadway conditions and issues reported through SeeClickFix or other apps will be updated in real time to assist the traveling public. 
    Development impact fees help fund needed capacity improvements caused by new growth.  Other permit fees ensure public safety and access for all users.
    We continually measure and analyze traffic and safety data.  We are currently developing computer models that can evaluate the entire transportation system at once and determine hot spots.  Future models will be able to test and simulate improvements to identify the best use of limited funds.

    Smart Transportation is using technology and data to improve transportation and expand travel choices. It includes ride-sharing and on-demand travel, smarter traffic signals, and autonomous vehicle technology.  Pima County is developing data-based tools to reduce congestion, improve travel options and plan future  investments where most needed.


    We use traffic and safety data and other metrics to evaluate our system and plan future projects.  The continuation of RTA funding will ensure that future transportation improvements will continue until state and federal funding is increased.

    Pedestrian and bicycle facilities and transit service are important to providing safe travel options, reducing carbon emissions, improving air quality and improving public health. 

    Civil Rights

    TRANSPORTATION

    201 N. Stone Avenue, 4th Floor, Tucson, AZ

    Contact Information

    Mandley Rust
    Title VI Coordinator
    Phone: (520) 724-6410
    Email: Mandley Rust

    Jonathan Crowe
    Transportation ADA Coordinator
    Phone: (520) 724-6383
    Email: Jonathan Crowe
    The Pima County Department of Transportation hereby gives public notice that it is the Agency's policy to assure full compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Civil Rights Restoration Act of 1987, and all related statutes and regulations in its programs and activities. Title VI requires that no person shall; on the grounds of race, color, sex, national origin, age, or disability; be excluded from the participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any Federal Aid Highway program or other activity for which Pima County receives Federal financial assistance.

    Civil Rights Complaints

    Any person who believes his/her Title VI protection has been violated may file a complaint. Any such complaint must be in writing and filed with the Pima County Transportation Department’s Title VI Coordinator within one hundred eighty (180) days following the date of the alleged discriminatory occurrence.

    Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Policy Statement

    The Pima County Department of Transportation hereby gives public notice that it is the Agency's policy to assure full compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990. The ADA prohibits discrimination against anyone with disabilities and requires actions to address any such barriers to access. The ADA requires agencies to develop transition plans to address deficiencies. The ADA Transition Plan Update and Grievance Procedure is listed below.

    Accessibility Complaints  

    Any person who believes his/her ADA protection has been violated may file a complaint. Any such complaint must be in writing and filed with the Pima County Transportation Department's ADA Coordinator within one hundred eighty (180) days following the date of the alleged discriminatory occurrence. The PCDOT ADA Coordinator may be contacted regarding any questions on the PCDOT ADA Transition Plan or regarding an ADA Discrimination Complaint.

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    Ana M. Olivares, P.E.
    Director

    201 N. Stone Ave., 4th Fl.
    Tucson, AZ 85701

    (520) 724-6410


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