Open Car Transport is the most common type of auto shipping at Phoenix Car Transport. So, let’s get clear what is Open Car Transport? It means that auto transport includes an open trailer and that your vehicle will be outdoors. And that’s it! Your vehicle is safely attached and is being transported in a convenient way. It is convenient and AFFORDABLE! Yes, yes. Open Car Transport is an affordable method as well. If you want to save money Read More...
ENCLOSED CAR TRANSPORT
Shipping a car is a big decision to make. You think about the affordability and safety of the car transport. With Phoenix Car Transport, it is no longer a hard thing to do. We offer an Enclosed Car Transport, and we offer it at reasonable rates. While Open Car Transport includes an open trailer, Enclosed Car Transport is a type when your vehicle is being placed in an enclosed trailer. Which is safer than the other! Read More...
Arizona Rated the Deadliest State for Pedestrians: Safety Inspections
Arizona has been named the deadliest for pedestrians in a recent study by the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety.
Because of the findings, the city of Phoenix is trying to discover new ways people can still walk or bike on the streets but stay safe at the same time.
The city is launching a Neighborhood Mobility Improvement Study, which is part of the T2050 voter-approved transportation plan.
In it, the city has selected 11 neighborhoods that could use improvement. They selected those spots through data that included low-income areas, areas with no-car households and places with high bike and bus ridership.
“The highest scoring projects that mean the most to every study area hopefully will become reality for these folks,” Mobility Planner Brian Fellows explained. “And hopefully, it will make them safer and happier.”
A local news crew went to the area in one of these studies near the Interstate 17 and Central Avenue.
Fellows explained that the crumbling sidewalk right next to a school is an example of something they would hope fix. He also would like to add more street lighting and shade for people struggling in the heat.
Some changes they hope to implement across the city are showcased near 1st and McKinley streets. That area is not a part of the improvement study but was recently renovated. City officials look at the widened sidewalks, additional trees for shade and added lighting as an example of what they want all of their streets to look like in the future.
“It looks great,” said Construction Inspection Supervisor Tom Smith. “I think it’s a huge improvement for the area and will bring more people downtown.”
The city has been acting before this study, as well. They are installing HAWK signals at more intersections to help keep pedestrians safe.