Nogales Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan/Royal Road Multi-Use Path

The City of Nogales, Arizona strives to be a Pedestrian and Bicycling friendly community.  The Nogales Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan/Royal Road Multi-Use Path is a guiding document providing direction on pedestrian and bicycling investments within the city.  The ability to bike and walk are important to Nogales’ future as they potentially alleviate several challenges such as safety, connectivity and public health; all while providing a sense of community.  By planning a multi-modal transportation network, the city can enhance the overall lifestyle and livability of the community.

Study Area & Map

Nogales, Arizona is 20 square miles and located within Santa Cruz County on the border of Arizona and Mexico.  The city shares 5 miles of the United States and Mexico border and is a key location for border crossings.
Nogales Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan/Royal Road Multi-Use Path Map

Public Meetings

Community Open House – Nov. 14, 2018

ADOT and the city of Nogales will host a community open house about the proposed Nogales Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan. Everyone is encouraged to attend, learn more and provide input.

Date: Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2018
Time: 6 to 7:30 p.m.
Location: City of Nogales Public Works Conference Room, 1450 N. Hohokam Drive, Nogales
** Please note the new location for the open house, which was originally scheduled in the city council chambers.**

If you are unable to attend the open house and wish to provide input, please call Jim Townsend / 602-283-2701, email [email protected] or mail your comments to Wilson & Company, Inc., Engineers & Architects, 410 N. 44th Street, Suite 460, Phoenix, AZ 85008.  Comments about this study must be submitted by December 12, 2018.