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MAG produces numerous publications that have proved beneficial to local agencies and to business, industry and other private sector interests. Be sure to check specific project and committee pages for other resources and publications.

MAGAZine Newsletter
The MAGAZine is Maricopa Association of Government's quarterly newsletter. It highlights work being done by MAG and member agencies to improve the quality of life in the Maricopa region.

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MAG Uniform Standard Specifications and Details for Public Works Construction,
2014 Revision to the 2012 Edition

Specifications and Details for Public Works Construction Cover

Uniform Standard Specifications for Public Works Construction, 2014 Revision. (5 MB)
A printed copy of the specifications including detail drawings is available. Contact MAG at 602-254-6300 for more information. NOTE: This is a large file, right click and choose Save Target As... to save to disk.

Uniform Standard Details for Public Works Construction, 2014 Revision. (10 MB)
AutoCAD drawings are also available. Contact MAG at 602-254-6300 for more information. NOTE: This is a large file, right click and choose Save Target As... to save to disk.

Uniform Standard Specifications and Details for Public Works Construction, 2014 Revision UPDATE PACKET ONLY. (4 MB)

Standard Details Revised for 2014 in AutoCAD format. (2 MB)


208 Water Quality Management Plan

This document is a comprehensive revision of the MAG 2008 Water Quality Management Plan (WQMP). This is the second such complete revision since the Plan was first issued in 1979.

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Regional Transportation Plan - Final 11/25/03

Final Regional Transportation Plan approved unanimously by the Transportation Policy Committee and Regional Council during their November meetings.

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Regional Transportation Plan Executive Summary - Final 11/25/03

Final Regional Transportation Plan Executive Summary approved unanimously by the Transportation Policy Committee and Regional Council during their November meetings.

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Regional Transportation Plan 2010 Update

Final Version, July 2010.

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Regional Transportation Plan 2007 Update

Final Version, July 2007.

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Regional Transportation Plan 2006 Update

Final Version, July 2006.

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MAG Regional Bike Map 2013

Printed versions of this map are available for free from MAG.
Please call 602-254-6300.

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MAG Regional Report

A Resource for Policy Makers in the Maricopa Region.

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MAG General Information Booklet, July 2014

An overview of Maricopa Association of Governments. Updated 7/23/2014.

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North American Opportunities and the Sun Corridor

The Sun Corridor exists within a broader, somewhat integrated and dynamic North American economic context. Canada, Mexico, and the U.S. are sovereign nations but share in many sectors an economic space, and Arizona, specifically the Sun Corridor, are an essential part of this economic space.

Prepared in partnership with the Maricopa Association of Governments, Pima Association of Governments and Central Arizona Association of Governments.

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