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Jan. 23 virtual meeting set for I-10/Jackrabbit Trail improvements

Jan. 23 virtual meeting set for I-10/Jackrabbit Trail improvements

January 10, 2024

ADOT seeks public input about planned interchange reconstruction

PHOENIX – The Arizona Department of Transportation will hold a virtual public meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 23, to provide information, gather comments and answer questions about designs to improve the Interstate 10 interchange at Jackrabbit Trail in the Buckeye area.

ADOT’s virtual meeting is scheduled as follows:

  • 6 to 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 23 
  • Participants can register online at azdot.gov/JackrabbitMtg
  • You also can use the call in number: 669.444.9171 Participant ID: 264911
  • English Webinar ID: 951 5167 6868  Spanish Webinar ID: 948 3052 6118

Planned improvements include:

  • Reconstructing the I-10/Jackrabbit Trail interchange and adding traffic signals.
  • Widening on- and off-ramps and providing additional turn lanes.
  • Widening Jackrabbit Trail to three lanes in each direction between McDowell Road and Van Buren Street.

The project to improve traffic flow and safety at the Jackrabbit Trail interchange is not currently funded for construction. This project is included in the Regional Strategic Transportation Infrastructure Investment Plan.

The virtual meeting will include a presentation by ADOT’s project team and an opportunity for questions and comments from participants. Following the meeting the presentation will be available on the project’s study website at azdot.gov/I10Jackrabbit.

Public comments about the draft recommended improvements at I-10 and Jackrabbit Trail can be submitted through Feb. 7 in the following ways: An online survey at azdot.gov/i10JackrabbitComments; by phone at 623.695.7411; by mail at ADOT Community Relations, 1655 West Jackson St., MD 126F, Phoenix, AZ 85007 and by email at [email protected].