Bond Partners & Allies

The following organizations, which serve our local community and engage a range of populations including youth, elderly, and persons with disabilities, are expressing their support for the Pedestrian Safety and Comfort Bond Proposal. These partners recognize the need for pedestrian connectivity, accessibility, traffic calming, green infrastructure and other features of comfort and safety, which are not addressed in other funding sources. Bringing concerns of public safety, public health, economic development, and environmental sustainability, these entities support improvements outlined in the bond proposal.

• AAA (American Automobile Association)
• APA (American Planning Association) -Southern Arizona Chapter
• ASLA (American Society of Landscape Architects) -Southern Arizona Chapter
• Arizona School for the Deaf & Blind
• City of Tucson Pedestrian Advisory Committee
• Direct Center for Independence
• ELDER Alliance
• International Rescue Committee: Center for Well Being
• Local First Arizona
• Madden Media
• National Federation for the Blind-Tucson Chapter
• PCOA (Pima Council on Aging)
• Primavera Foundation
• SAAVI (Southern Arizona Association for the Visually Impaired)
• Technicians for Sustainability
• Tucson Bus Riders Union
• Tucson Clean and Beautiful
• Tucson’s REACH Coalition
• United Way – Senior Impact Coalition
• Watershed Management Group

Neighborhood Associations

• Barrio Hollywood
• Barrio Kroeger Lane
• Duffy
• Dunbar/Spring
• Garden District
• Menlo Park
• Miramonte
• Palo Verde
• Rincon Heights
• West University

Additionally, we are working closely in partnership with the following local jurisdictions and tribes

• City of Tucson
• City of South Tucson
• Town of Oro Valley
• Pascua Yaqui Tribe
• Tohono O’odham Nation (Sells & San Xavier Districts)

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