ADOT seeks input on future I-40/US 93 interchange project

Agency to host first virtual call-in public hearing for a project on May 28

PHOENIX – The Arizona Department of Transportation is seeking input on a project to build a freeway-to-freeway interchange between US 93 and Interstate 40 in west Kingman by hosting the agency’s first project-level virtual call-in public hearing.

Given social distancing requirements due to the current public health situation, the public will be able to call in and submit comments during this virtual hearing scheduled for 6 p.m. Thursday, May 28. Those who want to participate can call 833.380.0669 at the time of the event. The public hearing also will be broadcast live on KAAA-FM, KZZZ-FM and KZZZ-AM in the Kingman and Bullhead City areas.

ADOT has been conducting an environmental assessment and a preliminary design of the interchange that will create a free flow of traffic between the two highways. The draft environmental assessment is ready to share with the public and can be found online at azdot.gov/WestKingmanTIP

Public comments will be accepted from Thursday, May 7, through Saturday, June 6. They can be submitted through the website at azdot.gov/WestKingmanTIP, by email at [email protected], by phone at 602.474.3919 or by mail to West Kingman TI Study Team, c/o HDR Inc., 20 E. Thomas Road, Ste. 2500, Phoenix, AZ 85012.

Construction of the first phase of this interchange is slated for 2024.

For more information, please visit azdot.gov/WestKingmanTIP.