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Thursday, July 13, 2017

Video: The future of I-11


By Caroline Carpenter / ADOT Communications

Now that this round of public meetings and the comment period have wrapped up, the Interstate 11 study continues, and we look to the future. In the video above, I-11 Project Manager Jay Van Echo recaps the study process, talks about what was learned over the course of the six public meetings on the Nogales-to-Wickenburg corridor and explains the next steps.

Over the next two years, the I-11 study will further look at the environmental, technical, social and economic impact of the interstate and what the road will do for future generations. 

Visit i11study.com for updates on the study. A map of the I-11 corridor study area is also available online.
Posted by Caroline Carpenter   |  Labels:  I-11, Interstate-11, transportation-planning


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