The population count of Sun City, AZ was 39,363 in 2016.

Population

Population Change

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Demographics and Population Datasets Involving Sun City, AZ

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    Police Employee Demographics & Community Profile Summary

    data.mesaaz.gov | Last Updated 2018-03-20T00:51:25.000Z

    Summary data for Police employees compared with community profile. Community demographics by race/ethnicity is provided by a third party GIS mapping and demographics provider (ESRI community analyst) profile estimates for population located in Mesa, AZ as of 2017. Note that detailed employee data can be found in the Employee Demographics dataset. See Source Link below.

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    T10 Ped Volumes

    data.sustainablesm.org | Last Updated 2015-06-15T19:24:05.000Z

    The City conducts transportation counts, which counts the numbers of vehicles, pedestrians, and bicycles moving through an intersection. Counts are typically conducted every 2 years during the weekday and weekend peak hours. The peak hours represents the time period where traffic counts are the highest due to worker commute. Weekday counts are conducted at all City signalized intersections during the AM Peak Hours (7:00 A -9:00 AM) and PM peak hours (5:30 PM – 7:30 PM) either on a Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday in the Fall (when school is in session). Weekend counts are conducted during the midday peak hour (1:00-5:00 PM) either on Saturday or Sunday in the Summer at signalized intersections in the Downtown and Main Street areas, as these areas tend to experience greater traffic as a result of the tourist/visitor population on the weekends. The table below provides the number of intersections that were counted in 2007 – 2013.

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    T10 Bike Volumes

    data.sustainablesm.org | Last Updated 2015-06-15T19:05:38.000Z

    The City conducts transportation counts, which counts the numbers of vehicles, pedestrians, and bicycles moving through an intersection. Counts are typically conducted every 2 years during the weekday and weekend peak hours. The peak hours represents the time period where traffic counts are the highest due to worker commute. Weekday counts are conducted at all City signalized intersections during the AM Peak Hours (7:00 A -9:00 AM) and PM peak hours (5:30 PM – 7:30 PM) either on a Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday in the Fall (when school is in session). Weekend counts are conducted during the midday peak hour (1:00-5:00 PM) either on Saturday or Sunday in the Summer at signalized intersections in the Downtown and Main Street areas, as these areas tend to experience greater traffic as a result of the tourist/visitor population on the weekends. The table below provides the number of intersections that were counted in 2007 – 2013.

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    Signal Timing

    data.sustainablesm.org | Last Updated 2015-08-03T22:54:39.000Z

    The ATMS project has been divided into a multi-phased implementation plan, as described below. Phase 1 (Complete): Phase 1 included the downtown section of 4th Street and extended between California Avenue and Olympic Drive. The project was completed in June 2006. Phase 2 (Complete): Phase 2 included traffic signal improvements in the Downtown area bounded by, and including, Ocean Avenue, Wilshire Boulevard, Lincoln Boulevard and Colorado Avenue. Phase 2 also incorporated Lincoln Boulevard from Downtown to the southern City limit. Construction of Phase 2 was completed in 2008. Approximately $1.4 million of the Metro grant were used for transit priority system infrastructure improvements in the Downtown. Phase 3 (Complete): This phase implements the Advanced Traffic Management and bus priority system improvements along Wilshire Boulevard, Santa Monica Boulevard, Pico Boulevard, the three other Rapid corridors. Construction will be completed in August 2011. Phases 4A and 4B (Complete): Phase 4 condenses several future phases to implement ATMS along Arizona Avenue, Office District, and Mid-City areas. Phase 4C (Complete): Two transit corridors along Ocean Park Boulevard and Main Street/Neilson Way receive fiber optic communications and traffic signal upgrades at 26 intersections. Phase 5 (Underway): Phase 5 will cover outlying areas such as San Vicente Boulevard and streets north of Wilshire Advanced Traffic Management System - City of Santa Monica Boulevard as the final phase of the ATMS project.