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The Pinal County Transportation Planning Section works to promote sustainable growth throughout the region, and provide accessibility through the planning and development of a safe and efficient multi-modal transportation system that supports the economic vitality of the area, protects the environment, facilitates efficient system management and operation, and emphasizes the preservation of the existing transportation system.

Transportation Improvement & Maintenance Program
A five-year plan that identifies funding and establishes a schedule for completion of projects within the County. 

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Long-Range Transportation Plans
Plans that establish the overall transportation framework for the region.  

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Consists of Pinal County feasibility studies and services.

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Related Studies & Plans
Other studies of interest and historical study documents.

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Visit for transportation resource options throughout Pinal county, some with fees and others with no fees.

Horizon Health & Wellness
Service Areas: Payson-Star Valley, Globe-Miami, Casa Grande, San Tan Valley, Florence-Coolidge

Type of Transportation: Van            Service Availability: Agency Clients
(833) 431-4449

*Per Horizon Health & Wellness (H.H.W.), customers who have Medicare or Medicare or Medicaid, should contact their insurance provider and request transportation to their appointments.

Pinal Hispanic Council
Service Areas: Casa Grande, Eloy-Arizona City, San Tan Valley, Picacho Area, Florence-Coolidge

Type of Transportation: Bus, Van Service Availability: Contact Agency (520) 466-0921

Wheelie W.A.V.
Service Areas: Casa Grande, Eloy-Arizona City, San Tan Valley, Picacho Area, Florence-Coolidge, City of Maricopa, Ak-Chin Indian Community

Type of Transportation: Van, Other Transportation Services, Rideshare

Service Availability: Older Adults, Physical Disability, Developmentally Disabled, Low Income, Veterans, Wheelchair Accessible
(480) 442-1774

*Transportation services will have a fee. For those who have Medicare, fees will be invoiced to Medicare.

Pinal-Gila Council for Senior Citizens - Home Delivered Meals
Nutritious meals are delivered to eligible homebound individuals. A PGCSC-funded service.

Eligibility: To be eligible, you must be:
● At least 60 years of age and homebound, or
● A caregiver of an eligible elderly person, or
● Disabled, 18-59 years old, with a physician-diagnosed physical or mental impairment that substantially limits your ability to perform activities of daily living.

Cost: Donations are greatly encouraged, needed, and appreciated.

For this service, or for more information on the areas served: Call PGCSC's Central Intake, Screening and Referral telephone line (800) 293-9393 or (520) 836-2758 or call the appropriate senior center for referral process. (Some senior centers provide meals outside of their geographic areas.)


Pinal County Board Supervisors Adopts the
Countywide Strategic Transportation Safety Plan

On December 4, 2019, the county's first strategic transportation safety plan was adopted. The draft plan and findings were presented to the Board of Supervisors during a Work Session by the study team on November 13, 2019. The plan is the framework to improve traffic safety and reduce the number of fatal and serious crashes on roadways countywide.

With 530 fatal crashes on roadways within Pinal County between 2008 and 2017, the Sun Corridor Metropolitan Planning Organization, in cooperation with Central Arizona Governments, Maricopa Association of Governments, and Pinal County, developed the comprehensive Strategic Transportation Safety Plan for the cities, towns, and tribal communities located within Pinal County. The goal of the study was to identify crash trends and safety issues, design strategies to reduce the number of crashes, and implement solutions for safer travel in the county.

A key component of the plan was a prioritized list of projects that were developed to pursue federal Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) funds. Pinal County was awarded $13 million of HSIP funding for thirteen projects to implement between Fiscal Years 2021-2024.


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Dedrick Denton

Transportation Planning
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Tara Harman

Senior Transportation Planner
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Nina Arredondo

Transportation Planning Specialist
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