The MAG Roadway Safety Program (RSP), proposed by MAG to supplement the state’s Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) program, assists with providing additional funding in the short term. MAG will facilitate a Highway User Revenue Fund (HURF) swap and regional safety program that can improve the safety conditions of our roadways in all areas, from rural to dense urban. MAG developed this program to address these critical regional funding needs in the near term.

The MAG region will be developing the Strategic Transportation Safety Plan that also will provide suggested long-term safety programming. This will be included in a new Regional Transportation Plan/regional funding plan expected to be approved before December, 2024. MAG member agencies support transportation system safety through enactment of transportation projects in the region. With this two-phased approach, the region will augment and assist the state in reducing traffic fatalities and serious injuries on public roads in the region.

The amount of RSP funds to be made available under a competitive call for projects process will be approximately $2 million in each fiscal year through 2024. Calls for projects will be issued on an annual basis in August. The Transportation Safety Committee will provide oversight to recommending a list of projects to be funded.

MAG FY 2020 and 2021 RSP Call for Projects

In the Fall of 2019 MAG will coordinate the first call for projects for FY 2020 and 2021, and will recommend a list of projects for the available RSP funds. Project applications submitted by the Monday November 4, 2019 deadline can be viewed below. RSP Policies and RSP project application form are available at the links provided (see below).

Applications Submitted November 2019

Transportation Safety Program Manager
Margaret Herrera

PROGRAMMED MAG-RSP PROJECTS

Lead Agency Project Location Project Description FY 2020 RSP FY 2019 Local FY 2020 Total
Apache Junction Tomahawk Road and Junction Street Channelizing Right Turn Island $50,364 $10,000 $60,364
Apache Junction Citywide Signal Improvements $229,159 $26,000 $255,159
Scottsdale Scottsdale Road and Palm Lane HAWK $185,114 $26,167 $211,281
Gilbert Gilbert Road and Ray Road Median Offset Improvements $236,873 $26,500 $263,373
Surprise Bell Road and Litchfield Road Median Modifications and Flashing Yellow Arrows $344,001 $39,584 $383,585
Glendale 63rd Avenue and Northern Avenue Installation of Traffic Signal $637,101 $119,000 $753,101
Glendale Northern Parkway - Sarival Avenue to 143rd Ave Median Cable Barrier $870,179 $117,769 $987,948
    FY 2020 Total Request $2,552,791    
Lead Agency Project Location Project Description FY 2021 RSP FY 2020 Local FY 2021 Total
Phoenix 32nd Street - McDowell to Thomas Street Lighting $579,408.00 $61,000.00 $640,408.00
Phoenix 32nd Street near Palm Lane HAWK $174,396.00 $20,000.00 $194,396.00
Phoenix 35th Avenue & Northernt Signal Rebuild and Lighting Improvements $412,158.31 $45,000.00 $457,158.31
Phoenix Hatcher Road and 13th Avenue RRFB (round) $152,939.35 $23,000.00 $175,939.35
Phoenix 32nd Street and Thomas Signal Rebuild and Lighting Improvements $412,158.31 $45,000.00 $457,158.31
Phoenix 32nd Street and Oak Signal Rebuild and Lighting Improvements $412,158.31 $45,000.00 $457,158.31
El Mirage Citywide Flashing Yellow Arrows $306,878.00 $45,000.00 $351,878.00
    FY 2021 Total Request $2,450,096.28    

About MAG

The Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) is a Council of Governments (COG) that serves as the regional planning agency for the metropolitan Phoenix area.

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Get in Touch

  • Address: 302 N. 1st Ave., Suite 300
    Phoenix, Arizona 85003

  • Phone: (602) 254-6300

  • FAX: (602) 254-6490

  • Email: mag@azmag.gov