MAG produces numerous publications that have proved to be 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.
The “2040 Regional Transportation Plan” (RTP) is a comprehensive, performance based, multi-modal and coordinated regional plan, covering the period through Fiscal Year (FY) 2040.
The Executive Summary for the 2040 Regional Transportation Plan.
The “2035 Regional Transportation Plan” (RTP) is a comprehensive, performance based, multimodal and coordinated regional plan, covering the period through Fiscal Year (FY) 2035.
The Executive Summary to the 2035 Regional Transportation Plan.
The 2010 Update of the RTP addresses both capital improvements and operational activities on the regional transportation system in the MAG area.
The following report presents the Regional Transportation Plan - 2007 Update. The 2007 Update and the regional transportation planning process in the MAG area fully comply with Federal and State planning requirements.
The 2006 Update summarizes the elements of the Regional Transportation Plan (as previously adopted), provides revised revenue estimates, and includes life cycle programs for freeways/highways, arterial streets, and transit.
This document presents the Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) for the area comprising the Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG).
This Executive Summary presents a concise overview of the RT which covers the period through Fiscal Year (FY) 2026
Where Values Connect. The theme that drives this report also is one that drives MAG as an organization. Regionalism brings communities together. Our economies, transportation, environment, and human needs are connected—as are our futures.
En MAG nos parece que la participación del público resulta clave para el proceso de la planificación. Necesitamos que la comunidad nos ayude a planificar los proyectos que proporcionan beneficios a la región y que cumplan con las necesidades tan amplias de los habitantes.
A comprehensive map detailing all of the bike paths in Maricopa County.
MAG believes that public participation is key to the planning process.
We need the community’s help to plan projects that provide benefits
to the region and meet the wide-ranging needs of residents.
Framing the Future. The theme of this year’s report is appropriate. Our planning efforts are “framing the future” as we begin setting the stage for the next round of transportation investments. To ensure progress and improvement of our transportation system, we will need new transportation funding.
This documents the 50-year history of MAG.
The Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) is a group of local governments working together on issues that touch the lives of every resident. We are a regional planning agency that develops solutions in areas such as transportation, air
quality, economic development, and programs that meet the human needs of the region.
The MAG Fiscal Balance Report and its associated fiscal model enable the user to estimate order-of-magnitude fiscal impacts of regional land use plans and projects. The purpose of this report is to provide background information on how different types of development impact communities from a fiscal perspective.
The Desert Spaces Plan identifies and recommends conservation and management strategies for natural resources and open spaces critical to the quality of life in the Valley.
A Resource for Policy Makers in the Maricopa Region.
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.”
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In an effort to make information delivery faster, MAG has implemented an e-mail notification system that will make it easier to receive documents such as agendas, minutes and reports. Through a free subscription service called GovDelivery, MAG member agencies and the public will have better access to information that is posted on the MAG Web site.
The subscription service monitors specific Web pages for changes, and when a change is detected, the service sends an e-mail to subscribers notifying them of the change. Users can choose to subscribe to as many of the pages as they wish. There are about 130 monitored pages on the MAG Web site.
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To subscribe, simply click on the link on the page that says “Sign up to receive email updates.” Users can also click on a Quick Subscribe link on various pages to see a full list and subscribe to any of the MAG pages. To subscribe, only a few pieces of information will be required, such as e-mail address, delivery preferences and organization.
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