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Welcome to the Arizona Department of Transportation's Bicycle and Pedestrian Program website. This site is designed to provide you with a wide variety of resources and information about biking and walking in Arizona, including places to bike and walk, how to integrate biking and walking into your commute, important laws and policies, safety issues, maps, and organizations. Bicycling and walking are not only great alternative modes of transportation, but also are great ways to get exercise and improve Arizona's air quality. Arizona is the perfect place for biking and walking year-round. So explore the site and enjoy the benefits of safe bicycling and walking.

U.S. Bicycle Route 90
The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO), Special Committee on U.S. Route Numbering, approved the application submitted by the Arizona Department of Transportation to establish U.S. Bicycle Route 90.  The east-west Route is 573 miles long and runs along existing state highways, local streets, and shared-use paths. U.S. Bicycle Route 90 connects the State border of New Mexico and the State border of California (see map).  For turn-by-turn details of the U.S. Bicycle Route 90, see the Route Log. For an Interactive Map of the U.S. Bicycle Route System, follow this link:

Economic Impact Study of Bicycling in Arizona: Out-of-State Bicycle Tourists & Exports

Plan Update

ADOT completed the Arizona Statewide Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan in 2003 to address bicycle and pedestrian safety concerns throughout the state and to promote bicycling and walking as a viable transportation option. The 2003 Plan offered a long-term vision for a statewide system of interconnected and shared roadways and bicycle and pedestrian facilities to guide ADOT transportation decisions relating to bicycle and pedestrian travel, planning, and facility development. The purpose of the ADOT Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan Update is to reflect and respond to significant changes that have occurred since 2003.


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