The Arizona Department of Transportation and Federal Highway Administration are beginning an engineering and environmental study of Interstate 10 between Tangerine Road and Ina Road. The goal for this study is to develop a long-range plan for providing an improved roadway for general traffic, commuters and truck traffic traveling along this portion of the I-10 corridor. To support that goal, the study will:
Interstate 10 Tangerine Road to Ina Road Study
The Arizona Department of Transportation and Federal Highway Administration will be concluding an engineering and environmental study of Interstate 10 between Tangerine Road and Ina Road later this year. The goal of the study is to develop a long-range plan for an improved roadway along this portion of the I-10 corridor. A summary of the study's outcomes will be provided online in late summer or early fall. In addition, the following documents will be available for the public's review and comment.
- Alternative Selection Report
- Design Concept Report
Next Steps- Design and Construction
Further phases of this project beyond this initial study are currently unfunded in the Statewide Transportation Program. Once funding is identified, an environmental document can be finalized and design and construction phases can begin.
For More Information
ADOT Project No. 10 PM 240 H7960 01L Federal Aid No. 010-D (209)