The Arizona Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration are currently evaluating two potential north-south corridors for the future realignment/relocation of SR 95 in northwestern Arizona. SR 95 is the primary north-south highway in western Arizona, linking the communities of Bullhead City, Arizona, and Laughlin, Nevada, with other towns and communities to the south along the Colorado River, such as Lake Havasu City, Parker and Quartzsite. The corridors begin approximately two miles south of I-40 near Topock and extend north to SR 68 near Bullhead City, totaling approximately 42 miles. The possible realigning or relocating of SR 95 is considered necessary to facilitate regional traffic flow through northwestern Arizona.
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Essential to identifying the preferred corridor alternative is the participation and feedback from individuals like you. We encourage you to participate in the scoping process, attend the public hearing in late 2014 and subscribe to the e-newsletter to stay up to date.
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Public scoping will begin in spring 2014. A mailer will be sent to stakeholders in the study area and information will be updated on this page and sent out via the e-newsletter service.