MOMENTUM:

Building What’s Next

The Valley is coming together to create MOMENTUM: our region’s long-term transportation plan. Be a part of it!

Valley Metro driver greeting riders

Make sure we all have more time for what’s important in our lives

Help us move around our communities safely and efficiently

Shape the future of our region

Bring our ideas and priorities to the regional transportation plan

Maintain our momentum toward better transportation

Develop a strong plan to improve our economy and quality of life

It’s up to us – let’s keep it moving forward

Why a Regional Transportation Plan?

MOMENTUM is our region’s transportation plan. It will serve as a long-term blueprint for our transportation system. Continuing to plan for and invest in our transportation system will ensure you can get to the places you need to go and have more time to do what matters most. We asked for your ideas and they have been used to guide the development of the draft MOMENTUM plan.

Working Together

The decisions we make now will directly affect what Valley transportation looks like in the future – so we need everyone to get involved. To maintain our momentum, we’ll need collaboration and investment from residents all across our region.

Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego at outdoor podium speaks to crowd

Local Leadership

The Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) is where your elected representatives review, discuss, and approve transportation, air quality, water quality, economic development, and human services planning and policies.

The MAG Regional Council represents 27 cities and towns across the Valley, Maricopa County, parts of Pinal County, three Native nations, and the Arizona Department of Transportation. One of the Regional Council’s responsibilities is approving and amending the Regional Transportation Plan.

We want to hear from you

MOMENTUM offered a variety of virtual events and opportunities for you to provide input. If you joined us at one of our live virtual events—thank you!

If you missed us—don’t worry! There will be an opportunity later this year to comment on the final draft plan. In the meantime, you can learn more about the plan and its proposed projects and programs here:

Proposed Investment Plan