I-10 Wild Horse Pass Corridor Construction Projects

I-10 Wild Horse Pass Corridor Construction Projects


I-10 | Wild Horse Pass Corridor Construction Projects
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The 26-mile Wild Horse Pass Corridor, part of Interstate 10 from Loop 202 in south Phoenix to State Route 387 near Casa Grande, serves as a crucial commuter and freight link, connecting the Gila River Indian Community to essential services in Maricopa and Pinal Counties.

To enhance safety and alleviate congestion, ADOT and partners plan to add a general-purpose lane in each direction from Loop 202 to State Route 387, creating three lanes in each direction between Phoenix and Tucson. Additionally, HOV lanes will be extended from Loop 202 to Riggs Road.

Final Environmental Assessment

The Final Environmental Assessment has been prepared and will be made available to the public for 30 days. After this 30-day period, in approximately April of this year, ADOT is anticipated to sign the Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI). The Arizona Department of Transportation prepared a Final Environmental Assessment (EA) in compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and a Final Design Concept Report (DCR) for the project which can be reviewed at the links provided.