Use the following numbers to report cycling hazards:
The Loop Pathway 520-724-5000
Pima County 520-724-2639
Oro Valley 520-229-5070
Arizona Department of Transportation
Follow these guidelines:
State that it is a bicycle safety issue
Give accurate location information
Clearly identify the nature of the hazard
Ask for a work order number
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Currently there are far too many collisions of motor vehicles with cyclists and pedestrians in the Tucson metro area causing fatalities, injuries and property damage. CASAz supports the “Vision Zero” movement to reduce the number of collisions by increasing awareness and education of motorists in sharing the road. Education of cyclists in correct riding behavior further supports this goal.
Cycling Advocates of Southern Arizona (CASAz) is a nonprofit charitable organization whose goal is to improve cycling infrastructure and safety for cyclists. CASAz is a champion for bicycle safety in Southern Arizona; networking with groups and organizations, gathering and disseminating information and advocating on all issues related to cycling and cycling safety.
CASAz works to improve cycling infrastructure and the safety of cyclists across Southern Arizona. We respond to current cycling safety issues, work with local governments and agencies, develop education and awareness programs and participate in regional forums and committees to advance the interests of cyclists and the message of safety for cyclists.