Transportation Studies

State Route 95 - Aviation Way to Teller Lane (mileposts 249.5 to 237.1) Transportation Study

Study Overview

The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) have initiated a study regarding potential improvements along a segment of State Route 95 between the city of Bullhead City and Fort Mohave, Aviation Way to Teller Lane.

The purpose of the study is to address roadway safety through assessing various access management options for through-traffic as well as traffic needing local access to the corridor’s abutting properties. An access management plan will address the mobility and safety of the corridor through the identification of targeted improvement areas, such as raised medians, restricted/combined access points, and intersection improvements.

Public Information Meeting:

6 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 5, 2018
Presentation will begin at approximately 6:15 p.m.
Fox Creek Junior High School (auditorium)
3101 Desert Sky Blvd., Bullhead City, Ariz., 86442

Study documents will be posted to the site after the public meetings.

The study area, Aviation Way to Teller Lane, is a little over 12 miles, and is located between Bullhead City and Fort Mohave in Mohave County.

For Further Questions or Comments

Michele Beggs
Community Relations Project Manager
ADOT Northwest District
Phone: 928.566.5052

Project Map
Project Map for SR 95 Aviation Way to Teller Lane Transportation Study

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