Business Engagement and Compliance

DBE Availability Study 2017

Public Hearing Info

ADOT is seeking comments on the proposed DBE goals for FHWA, FTA, and FAA contracts, as well as a recently completed draft Availability Study.  The public comment period runs from May 15, 2017 through June 22, 2017.

A hard copy of the draft study documents are available at: Business Engagement and Compliance office located at 1801 West Jefferson, Suite 101, Phoenix AZ 85007.

ADOT will conduct public meetings concerning the 2017 Availability Study and ADOT’s proposed DBE goals:

·       From 4 pm to 6 pm on Tuesday, June 13 at Ellie Towne Community Center, 1660 W. Ruthrauff Rd. Tucson, AZ 85705; and

·       From 4 pm to 6 pm on Thursday, June 15 at ADOT’s BECO office 1801 W. Jefferson St, Suite 101 in Phoenix, AZ 85007.

The public will be able to give feedback at those meetings and provide written comments (a) in person at the hearings, (b) on this website using the comment form below, (c) via email at, (d) through regular mail at 1801 West Jefferson, Suite 101, Phoenix AZ 85007 or (e) via fax at 602.712.8429.

Keen Independent will review information from the public meetings and from written comments submitted before preparing a final Availability Study report.

The public comment period runs from May 15 through June 22. Submit your comments today!
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Name, company affiliation and phone number are optional. Email is required so that we may contact you to follow up or request clarification on your comments.

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