Arizona-Sonoran Border Infrastructure Master Plan (BIMP)

Stakeholder Survey

As a key stakeholder in the Arizona-Sonora Border Infrastructure Master Plan (Plan), your input and ideas are essential to the success of the Plan and its final recommendations. Please take a few minutes to provide feedback on border infrastructure and current and future challenges.

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Welcome to the Arizona-Sonora Border Infrastructure Master Plan

 

Bienvenidos al Plan Maestro Fronterizo Sonora - Arizona

Arizona-Sonoran Border Master Plan

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Arizona-Sonora Border Infrastructure Master Plan (BIMP)

ADOT and FHWA are working with the state of Sonora, Mexico to update the Arizona-Sonora Border Infrastructure Master Plan.

The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) and Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), working collaboratively with State of Sonora, the Mexican federal agencies Secretaria de Relaciones Exteriores (SRE) and Secretaria de Comunicaciones y Transportes (SCT), and several other local, state, and federal agencies in the United States and Mexico, have initiated the process to update the Arizona-Sonora Border Infrastructure Master Plan (BIMP). The original Border Master Plan was developed in 2012 and completed in February 2013.

The BIMP process will enable border stakeholders to consider the region’s needs for the future. The updated plan will include a list of prioritized Arizona-Sonora border-related infrastructure projects or studies that need to be developed, expanded, modernized or improved.

 

Contacts

Thank you for your interest in the Arizona-Sonora Border Infrastructure Master Plan. You can connect with the project by  signing up for project updates or email us at the address below.

ADOT 

BIMP Project Manager
Mark Sanders, ADOT 

Community Outreach

Email: [email protected]

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Media Inquiries

ADOT Public Information Office
800.949.8057
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