City of Nogales PARA Pedestrian Circulation at Ports of Entry Study
The purpose of the City of Nogales Pedestrian Circulation at Ports of Entry Study is to analyze and address pedestrian movements and circulation through, in the vicinity of, and between the three Nogales’ Ports of Entry. These Ports are the DeConcini and Morley Gate Ports of Entry in downtown Nogales and the Mariposa Port of Entry to the west at SR 189. The focus of the study will be on the pedestrian circulation needs of the downtown Nogales area, especially targeting the pedestrian circulation that flows between Nogales, Sonora Mexico and Nogales, Arizona, through the downtown area’s two Ports of Entry. The study will also investigate how to accommodate the pedestrians using the Mariposa Port of Entry and connect them to downtown Nogales. The study will review alternatives for improvements and enhancements and will provide recommendations for solutions along with the anticipated implementation costs.
The City of Nogales Pedestrian Circulation at Ports of Entry Study will be conducted according to a cooperative planning process involving stakeholders that include public agency staff, elected officials and the public. Throughout the study, information will be presented to and solicited from stakeholders through individual interviews, focus group meetings, public meetings and other means of communication.
Technical Advisory Committee:
Public Involvement and Meetings:
Any questions or comments related to the City of Nogales PARA Pedestrian Circulation at Ports of Entry Study can be directed to the Project Manager:
Rudy H. Perez, Jr.
Arizona Department of Transportation
Office of International Affairs
206 S. 17th Avenue, MD 310B
Phoenix, AZ 85007
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